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SeaworkConnect - now open for business

Visitor registration has now opened for SeaworkConnect, the first virtual, online exhibition in the commercial marine and marine civils’ industries. SeaworkConnect runs live from Tuesday 5 October to Thursday 7 October 2021.

Presented by the organisers of the highly successful Seawork in-person exhibition, SeaworkConnect offers an extra dimension for doing business and for business development, all to an increased global audience.

This exciting online opportunity allows people and companies to keep up to date with the latest developments, projects, vessels, equipment and services at a time when business travel and in-person connections are still subject to last minute changes, regulations and cancellations.

On offer is a full conference programme, featuring USV Applications in Commercial Marine, Hybrid & Electric Propulsion Solutions and the next edition of the successful CMN Commercial Marine Network Workboat 2050 series.

The exhibition will, of course, present the usual Exhibitor “stands”, enabling companies and organisations to promote their latest innovations and network with new and existing customers. This year their virtual status will allow the added benefits of webinars, virtual meetings and drop-in round tables.

The latest virtual conference technology will allow visitors to plan their desk time at the exhibition to maximize the benefit of attendance. They will be helped by the  AI based matchmaking system which pairs interested visitors with exhibitors who provide the right equipment or service in their sector.

If visitor interests are wider ranging and future gazing there will be easy access to a virtual showcase of what’s new and developing.  Additionally, Seawork’s regular supporting associations will be presenting their latest developments.

Register for SeaworkConnect HERE

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