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AMI Invites Topic Proposals for 2023 Expo


The Association of Marina Industries has issued a call for proposals for program topics at next year’s Conference and Expo, scheduled for Jan. 30-Feb. 1 in Daytona Beach, Fla.

AMI seeks breakout and workshop topics pertaining to the business of marinas and boatyards, including operations and management, organizers said in a statement. The conference includes tracks on leadership, human resources, professional development, design, engineering and operations.

The deadline to submit proposals is June 1.

The event was previously known as the International Marina and Boatyard Conference, or IMBC. Click here for more about the 2023 program.



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