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Greek Marinas Association to host ICOMIA conference

The Greek Marinas Association will hold the International Council of Marine Industry Associations’ World Marinas Conference Oct. 25-27 in Athens.

The conference is for marina owners, operators, developers, consultants, service providers, government officials, equipment manufacturers, nautical tourism promoters, and port and harbor operators. The conference is presented by the ICOMIA Marinas Group.

The Greek Marinas Association has been an IMG member since 2011, and its membership includes 77 percent of the regional berthing capacity in Greece.

“I’m confident IWMC 2018 will be a high-performing, world class event,” said Stavros Katsikadis, president of the GMA, in a statement. “Delegates will benefit from quality content and the expertise of the exceptional international speakers IWMC attracts. Athens promises to them an unforgettable experience.”

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