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IBEX adds seminars and special sessions

One of the things that make IBEX unique is its seminars moderated by industry experts.

One of the things that make IBEX unique is its seminars moderated by industry experts.

The International BoatBuilders’ Exhibition and Conference will offer an expanded education program with new seminars and sessions.

A session called “Designing for Speed” will examine velocity on the water and will include a panel of designers known for fast boats. The session will be moderated by Professional BoatBuilder magazine, and the panel includes Nigel Irens, Pete Melvin, Michael Peters, Michael Reardon and Donald Blount.

Another seminar, “What Does the Future Hold? How Today’s Global Trends Will Impact Your Business,” will be led by Correct Craft CEO Bill Yeargin. Yeargin will share what is driving trends, how they will impact the industry, what Correct Craft is doing to prepare for inevitable changes and what attendees can do to prepare for the future.

“We are always looking to add new and noteworthy speakers to our education program, in addition to welcoming back renowned personalities such as Nigel Calder, Steve D’Antonio and John McKnight,” Anne Dunbar, IBEX show director, said in a statement. “With so many educational opportunities at the show, there will be exceptional material for all visitors, from all areas of the marine industry.”

Click here for more information about the educational opportunities at IBEX.



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