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Sydney International Boat Show looks to the future

by Rob Kothe on 3 Aug 2013
Domemic Genua, the Marketing & Events Manager for the Boating Industry Association of NSW - 2013 Sydney International Boat Show Emily Lai
Domenic Genua, the Marketing & Events Manager for the Boating Industry Association of NSW, is a highly regarded event organiser.



In the middle of the 2013 Sydney International Boat Show he is heavily involved in the planning for the 2014-2016 Shows at a temporary location ahead of a return to Darling Harbour in 2017.

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