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As speaker profiling grows and delegate registrations are received so do the opportunities to network with likeminded business decision makers throughout the two day ASMEX conference and social programme. Given the success of the business done during ASMEX 2012 the conference organisers are confident 2013 will provide even greater opportunities.
A June 2012 report conducted just two weeks after ASMEX 2012 of the Queensland companies (31% of delegates) who attended the conference boasted $1.5 million in direct sales with a possible further $500k in the pipeline at the time of writing. This was directly attributed to relationships formed between international delegates and other delegates. This figure alone demonstrates the vast opportunities presented to delegates and validates why attending this leading international conference is necessary. The ASMEX 2012 conference generated nothing less of flawless feedback with many delegates advising of excellent contacts made and business done.
ASMEX, the key conference for the Australian marine export and superyacht industry, base their contention on assisting Australian marine companies in every viable way to allow invaluable networking opportunities and expand company horizons with crucial information for business opportunities.
The ASMEX 2013 team is busy compiling a strong programme, equipped with speakers who will share their experiences and present business strategies and ideas to ensure the Australian marine industry maintains its innovative and respected rapport. Informative sessions surrounding opportunities to do business in the current market will be a key focus at ASMEX 2013.
The conference is conveniently staged prior to the 25th anniversary of the Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show on May 21 – 22. Registration forms are filling out fast and can be located here.