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In a bid to strengthen business to business relationships on an international scale, organisers of the Australian Marine Export and Superyacht conference (ASMEX) have ensured a strong list of international delegates will be present.
A partnership with the Gold Coast City Council has prompted key global distributors and agents to attend the conference. The international buyers are flying across the globe from a range of countries including; China, the United Arab Emirates, Taiwan, South Africa, USA and Europe. The buyers are attracted to the conference which is staged immediately prior to the Sanctuary Cove International boat show to research the capabilities of the Australian marine export and superyacht industries, look at new innovations and develop strong business relationships.
A key focus of the ASMEX conference is to engage attendees with the offer of a high level of networking opportunities. The conference delegate list is nothing short of extensive and impressive, comprising of a large cross section of the international industry.
Conference organisers AIMEX and Superyacht Australia are consistently promoting ways to drive business for the Australian marine export and superyacht industry sectors. AIMEX and Superyacht Australia are confident that the key industry conference of the year will generate more business for attendees by organizing strategic networking functions and insightful conference sessions.
The elaborate conference programme features speakers from home and abroad offering expert advice on how to overcome issues and utilize opportunities within the current market. The international speakers will cover a broad range of topics that will specifically allow companies to understand how to identify global opportunities. International speakers will cover industry market updates from Europe, the UAE, Asia, New Zealand and South Africa.
The 2013 ASMEX conference will leave attendees feeling motivated, inspired and ready to apply new business strategies with new international network connections.