Published on: 08 March 2022
Don’t miss out - Additional tickets now available due to popular demand
From sustainability to high performance tech and much more!
Final chance to get your ticket to the British Marine National Conference 2022
With less than a week to go until the inaugural British Marine National Conference (15-16 March, NCC, Birmingham) additional tickets have now been made available due to popular demand, so make sure you don’t miss out on all the conference has to offer.
The National Conference promises a packed two-day agenda full of inspirational speakers, insightful presentations, networking opportunities (lunch and networking sponsored by Aqueduct Marina) plus the opportunity to sign up for one-to-one advice sessions at the members hub and meet with a whole host of exhibiting brands.
The conference will focus on innovation and explore new and emerging consumer trends and barriers to continued business growth and success, including new consumer lifestyle choices, logistical, technological, post-pandemic and Brexit-related challenges and new environmental opportunities.
Covering everything from sustainability to high performance technology the conference is a must for businesses seeking to embrace change and adopt new strategies for growth and innovation.
With over 50 speakers on the schedule, here is a taster of what’s in store…
Looking to go electric? Industry leaders including Steve Bruce, MD of ePropulsion, Alistair Reay, MD of HPI CE Proof and Alex Bamberg, AQUA SuperPower will be talking about the route to electrification. Hear how boatbuilders have navigated the process and pressure to deliver their first electric vessels and are developing new innovative solutions, products and services to achieve our government's net-zero targets by 2050.
If high performance tech is more your style, then the Utilising high-performance technologies session with Simon Schofield, CTO at Bar Technologies, Iain Percy, CEO at Artemis Technologies and Tom Humphreys, CEO at Humphreys Yacht Design will be must attend session as they discuss decarbonising leisure marine through unique technology and design.
While Robert Courts MP, Minister of Maritime, Aviation and Security will provide the opening address giving an insight into the Government’s decarbonisation plans, Maritime 2050, and challenges and opportunities arising from Covid-19.
With so much going on visit www.britishmarine.co.uk/nationalconference for full details of the Conference progamme and speaker list.
Sign up for the British Marine Members Hub
Throughout the conference delegates will also be able to take advantage of the British Marine Members Hub. A handpicked selection of cutting-edge third-party companies and industry experts will be offering FREE business advice and guidance sessions covering a range of subject matters from legal advice to data management, marketing to digital strategy.
Hub experts include Epoq, The Better Agency, Howes Percival, British Marine Technical Team, Deep Blue Systems and the British Marine Training Team.
Find out more about the British Marine Members Hub. Book your hub session here.
The British Marine National Conference takes place on 15-16 March 2022 at the National Conference Centre, Birmingham.
Last chance to get your ticket. Don’t miss out, get your ticket today. Visit www.britishmarine.co.uk/nationalconference