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 Day two  Location Topic   Content
   Trade Connections Area Showcasing some of the latest products and services from British Marine members.
All day  Seminar Room Two  Superyacht UK Technical Seminar (Pre-registered SYUK ticket holders only) 

A detailed look at the implications of the International Maritime Organisation’s new mooring regulations, as well as the importance of lightweight ship checking post-delivery and the latest info on the Polar Code for sub 500 and 350GT Yachts.

In addition, we will consider all aspects of superyacht crew welfare, including mental health and well-being. We also take a look at cyber security and International Safety Management requirements plus there will be an insight into the sustainable future for the application and future-proofing of composites with a look at glass fibre end-of-life and replacement.

Learn about IP protection in the UK superyacht sector, looking at emerging trends and technologies and how and why there is a need to protect intellectual property.

The seminar will conclude with a look into the future of zero hydrocarbon replacement resins for FRP, how hybrid ship operations are already  working in the field and zero hydrocarbon motor yachting. 

 10.00 - 11.00 Seminar Room One Social media  Social Media is a powerful and often under-utilised tool in business. Join Ben Taylor from 

Flagship Digital Marketing who will discuss the impact on sales when using Social Media Marketing.

Working exclusively in the marine and superyacht industries Flagship Digital Marketing make a significant impact on customer acquisition & retention.

They do this through tailored social media ad campaigns that target your niche clientele, re-engage them and target the sale. This is all data driven hence provides measurable results. 

Flagship works with market leaders in leisure marine and superyacht sectors to start-ups launching their first marketing system to generate sales.
11.00 -11.30  Networking Break  Refreshments available to purchase in the Trade Connections Area.
11.30 12.30
Seminar Room One Cyber security   

Simon Newman is the Head of Cyber and Business Services for Police Crime Prevention Initiatives (PCPI) - a not for profit organisation owned by the police. Within his current role, Simon is responsible for the Police Digital Security Centre (PDSC) and the National Business Crime Centre (NBCC), helping SMEs reduce their vulnerability to cyber crime and fraud. Prior to PCPI, Simon held a number of senior management positions across Government, including the Home Office where he established the National Police Air Service. He also worked as an Advisor to the Ministry of Interior in the United Arab Emirates.

Join Simon in this seminar as he discusses Helping SMEs reduce their vulnerability to the most common types of cyber crime

12.30 13.30  Lunch  Refreshments available to purchase in the Trade Connections Area.
13.30 14.30  Seminar Room One Participation - The Magenta Project 

British Marine and their new Access to Boating Association are proud to present this participation session with leading charity The Magenta Project and Sunsail Worldwide Sailing. The session will present the Women in Sailing Strategic Review, will announce a new, ground-breaking participation initiative for The Magenta Project to increase women’s participation in sailing and conclude with an interactive Q&A with a highly influential panel in this field.

 14.30 15.00  Networking Break Refreshments available to purchase in the Trade Connections Area.
 1500 1600 Seminar Room One  New to Export New to Export A fantastic opportunity to find out how your business can export its products and services around the globe.
1600 1900  Bar 

 SYUK Technical Seminar Drinks Reception