Seawork gets socially connected
Visitors and exhibitors are reaping the benefits of attending Seawork 2017.
Want to get that little bit more from Seawork 2017? See here to find out how exhibitors and attendees have been boosting their experience with the Seawork app and dedicated social channels…
Prior to, and during the exhibition and conference, attendees could plan their transit through the extensive halls, using the new interactive map delivered in the Seawork app, enabling them to plan their event attendance in order to maximise their time at the event, and so they did not miss out on essential displays and conference seminars.
The app also enables visiting marine professionals and exhibitors to directly connect with each other, which has greatly assisted with meetings and networking. The app has also enabled easy submission of attendees’ breaking news stories, which appear across all Seawork’s social and online streams.
The social streams are also home to the many competitions being unveiled throughout the three days, including the 20-4-20 created to celebrate Seawork’s 20th anniversary, exhibitor photos could win a bottle of prosecco, plus the first 20 visitors to mention Eltek’s FB post received a pair of virtual reality goggles.
Spinlock also sponsored a competition and provided two high tech lifejackets. And, in the run up to the event, various exhibitors donated prizes for Seawork visitors and exhibitors to win.
Most recently Hercules Hydraulics donated a £100 experience day and CeAn Sports gave three top of the range helmets with in-built i-comms communication systems.
The myriad of posts and activity on Seawork’s official channels at Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube and Twitter channels spans photos, posts and conversations, including the time-lapse of the immense Ravestein Skylift 3000 jack-up submersible platform in action.View the video here.