Get your new equipment the recognition it deserves by entering the Innovations Showcase
Located in a prominent area of Seawork, the Innovations Showcase, sponsored by National Maritime and HSSMI, provides visitors with the opportunity to see the latest in equipment, services, projects and vessels that have been introduced by exhibitors during the past year.
To qualify, all entries must have come to market in the previous 12 months and provide a valuable insight into the latest in design and technology, along with a submission application explaining why the entry is innovative.
Each entry is in with a chance to win the overall 'Spirit of Innovation' trophy, as well as individual category awards
The Innovations Showcase, as part of the European Commercial Marine Awards (ECMAs) sponsored by A-Plan Insurance, is judged in various categories, and an Award and Certificate of Commendation will be presented to the winner of each category.
The Innovations Showcase is open for submissions from Seawork exhibitors (free), and non-exhibitors (fee applies).
Categories may include:
- Vessel Design & Construction
- Marine Power & Propulsion
- Marine Equipment, Electronics & Materials
- Diving & Underwater Technology
- Renewable Energy
- Safety & Training
How to enter
Entries for the 2020 awards will open in November 2019.
If you would like to submit an application for the Innovations Showcase please complete the “Innovations Showcase Application Form” which can be found under “Other Forms” within your exhibitor online manual.
Non-exhibitors please email email@example.com for further information.
Exhibitors can enter for free, charges will apply for non-exhibitors.
Seawork’s sister publication Maritime Journal publishes content about all the shortlisted showcase entries in its bumper June issue, which as well as being read by over 6,000 commercial marine industry decision makers in print and over 30,000 online each month, is also distributed to every stand at Seawork. All shortlisted Awards entries are covered in Maritime Journal in print and online. Category and overall winners are often covered in more detail through subsequent issues of MJ and others simply get onto Maritime Journal’s radar by entering the awards (Maritime Journal’s editor is part of the Award’s judging process).