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With just over eleven weeks to go to Seawork, Marine Civils at Seawork and Speed@Seawork, it’s time to sign up and book your place to attend the 23rd edition of Seawork, the first in person since 2019.  Vessels afloat, strong UK Government presence, marine civils, conferences and business briefings, maritime careers are all on offer to help you get the best out of your business.

Sign up now to start doing business on our interactive website seawork.com , look out for your activation link, and we look forward to welcoming you onsite in June.

New Exhibitor Manual online
The new Seawork online manual for exhibitors goes live this week - all exhibitors will receive a link to their online manual by the end of this week. The link will come from a new address so exhibitors should look out for an email from: seawork@ffair.io and please do check any spam folders if the link hasn't been received by end of play Friday 1 April.
The welcome email invites exhibitors to create a password before accessing the manual.

New name, old scam
Over the years Seawork exhibitors have been contacted by the Expo Guide company implying that it was part of Seawork (it’s not) and asking for details to be checked and signed; the very small print then stated that an annual invoice fee of approx. £1500 had to be paid.  Needless to say, this was and is a scam.
So, it’s possibly not surprising that the company appears to have rebranded as Exhibitor Network, however it’s still the same old scam so don’t get caught out.  More info can be found here: https://seawork.com/scam-warning
 
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