IBEX releases schedule for October show

IBEX will offer more than 80 education sessions during the October event.

The International BoatBuilders' Exhibition and Conference will offer more than 80 education sessions during the October event held at the Tampa Convention Center in Florida.

During the three-day event from Oct. 4-6, IBEX will feature its Seminar Series, sponsored by the American Boat and Yacht Council, The American Boat Builders and Repairers Association, the National Marine Electronics Association, the National Marine Manufacturers Association, and Professional BoatBuilder magazine.

"We thank our partners in helping us develop a stellar program that will offer a diverse selection of offerings. There truly is something for everyone," IBEX show director Anne Dunbar said in a statement. "IBEX offers education our attendees cannot get anywhere else in the industry."

“One of the reasons our seminar program continues to succeed is our willingness to listen to the industry. We gather some of the top minds to discuss what's relevant, from a technological perspective and also from a timely perspective," said Sarah Devlin, IBEX education director. "The IBEX seminar program continues to evolve with our industry and we invite feedback from our partners and participants to ensure marine professionals continue to thrive through education and training."

The IBEX education program offers multiple options for people to access information about new processes, technical information, and products including free Tech Talk Workshops, pre-conference Super Sessions, and the popular IBEX Seminar Series.

IBEX 2016 will open with seven Super Sessions Oct. 3, the day before the exhibit halls open. The Super Sessions will include the NMEA Marine Electronic Installer Course, Fiberglass Boat Repair and Digital Switching Control and Monitoring.

Click here to read the session descriptions and view the full Super Sessions schedule.

Click here to read the seminar description and view the IBEX Seminar Series schedule, including dockside seminars with hands-on, real-time training.


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