Tremendous Tuesday at SeaworkConnect
Day One, Tuesday 5 October, at SeaworkConnect will more than satisfy any virtual thirst for knowledge.
The conference starter for 1030 will be the first session in the 2nd series of Get Set for Workboat 2050, focusing on 'Vessel tracking & monitoring’ and offering advice and information on optimising your fleet and minimising carbon emissions.
Leading international economist, Bronwyn Curtis shares her insights on topical financial concerns including inflation and crypto currency. The financial briefing first drops on the Innovation Stage at 1230.
On the main stage at 1400 Simon Barnett picks up on another topical issue in his presentation, “OXE addresses the benefits of diesel outboards following fuel shortages”.
Meanwhile those in the Marine Civils sector will want to join in the session presented in association with CECA. Marine Civils Live is a series of bitesize online conferences discussing 'Decarbonisation - what it means for you and how it can help your business.' The series will look at several key topics impacting the Marine Civils industry, including HVO fuels and construction materials.
Later in the day, at 1530, visitors will have the chance to hear more about the Clean Maritime Demonstration Competition, a UK Government competition with over £20 million of funding on offer.
Finally, at 1630, anyone considering the future of their business should join the Legal briefing. Hannah Cash, maritime lawyer has some useful advice on preparing your business, or indeed assets, for sale.
Over 300 exhibitors are available online throughout the three days of Seawork Connect, offering plenty of news, views and opportunities for you to virtual meet and network via their SeaworkConnect stands.