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World marinas conference adds sponsors

The conference is organized by RAI Amsterdam in partnership with the ICOMIA Marinas Group and the HISWA Holland Marine Industry Association.
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Organizers of the International Council of Marine Industry Associations World Marinas Conference, set for Nov. 17-19 in Amsterdam, said the event’s platinum and golden sponsorship agreements are sold out.

Marinetek is the sole platinum sponsor of the event. Seaflex, Poralu and D-marin have signed golden sponsorship agreements. Companies such as Ascom, Roodberg, Marina Planet, Marine Travelift, HydroHoist and Blue Star Marina have signed for silver and bronze packages.

Sponsorships enable companies to enhance the visibility of their brand, differentiate themselves from competitors and showcase their products and services.

The conference is organized by RAI Amsterdam in partnership with the ICOMIA Marinas Group and the HISWA Holland Marine Industry Association.

“The fact that these companies have elected to sponsor the ICOMIA WMC underlines its standing,” ICOMIA chairman Robert Perocchio said in a statement.

“With the theme of ‘The future of marinas in a changing world’ as its main focus, the ICOMIA World Marinas Conference will place the spotlight on the global marina industry and emerging markets. The exchange of knowledge and best practices is sure to have long-lasting value to all who attend the conference. Exactly the sort of synergies that have attracted these sponsors to add their name and prestige to the event.”

The conference will be held during METS Trade 2016, which runs alongside the conference from Nov. 15-17.

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