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Registration is open for the International BoatBuilders’ Exhibition and Conference, which returns to the Tampa Convention Center in Florida on Sept. 28-30.

Organizers of North America’s largest marine trade show said more than 570 exhibitors, including 19 international businesses, are confirmed, with space expected to sell out. In addition, nearly 30 boats will be on display at the show’s largest-ever outdoor space.

“We know that the industry is eager to get back to in-person collaboration,” show director Anne Dunbar said in a statement. “I encourage visitors to register early to stay up to date on the latest developments, and to log on to IBEX 365 for a preview of new companies and product introductions.”

The Education Conference includes sessions Sept. 26-27, as well as Tech Talk Workshops and a Seminar Series on a variety of topics during the show.

Special events include an Industry Awards Breakfast, Innovation Awards presentation, an opening night party and an exhibit hall party to celebrate the show’s 30th anniversary.

Click here for the seminar schedule and here for a lineup of daily events.

Click here to register.

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