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ASMEX is officially sold out!

by Rebecca Atkinson on 19 May
Australian Marine Export and Superyacht Industry Conference ASMEX
AIMEX are excited to announce that on the week leading up to the Australian Superyacht, Marine Export and Commercial Marine Industry (ASMEX) Conference, we are officially sold out!!!

This is the first time since the conferences’ creation that the conference and Gala Dinner have been completely sold out!

These results reflect on the calibre of the event proving that industry members value this platform and see benefit in the networking opportunities provided with key industry players, connections with government officials and the impressive line-up of speakers sharing their knowledge.

This year’s theme of ‘Staying Relevant In Today’s Global Business Environment’ will see speakers discussing industry trends and addressing current challenges; providing the opportunity for attendees to gain relevant insights into both markets domestically and internationally to assist in decision making for their business.

2017 will also boast the presentation of the Independent Superyacht Economic Impact Study. Funded by Superyacht Australia with support from the Queensland Government, this is the most significant piece of research for the Australian Superyacht Industry defining the industry and its value to the Australian economy.

Conference Organiser Emily Simpson says “We are very excited to see that the confirmed numbers for this event are significantly larger than previous years. We have been inundated with conference registrations over the past four weeks leading in to the conference and have had to increase both the conference and gala dinner venues to allow for this.”

AIMEX Chairman Richard Chapman says ‘It is gratifying to see the support this event is receiving and shows the work we are doing is valued within the industry. We are very pleased with this result and look forward to the commencement of the conference.”

The conference, held at the 5 star Intercontinental Hotel at Sanctuary Cove, Queensland runs from the 22-24 May and includes a Welcome Function (Monday 22nd May) and the prestigious 2017 Australian Marine Industry Awards Gala Dinner (Tuesday 23rd May).
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