SMI partner pavilion offer
The Society of Maritime Industries (SMI) is once again partnering with Seawork International Exhibition for the next edition 9-11 June 2020. The SMI Shipyard Pavilion is open to complementary organisations and can accommodate 8 companies within the exhibition pods and surrounding meeting areas
Companies that have used the space in the last two editions have benefitted from the increased traffic the space creates and networking it produces. A Wednesday drinks reception further adds to the on-stand activity. Tom Chant of the SMI said “The exhibition never fails to create business opportunities for the companies that come with us on the stand. The visitor profile to show is very broad and is a real melting pot of the UK and European maritime industry. If companies are unsure of the presence they require or want to just experience the exhibition and industry we are an ideal option for them.”
For 2020 there is an exceptional offer for companies who sign up for the SMI Shipyard Pavilion before Friday 17th January 2020.
Each company will receive a free E-Cast. This is a solus opportunity to reach a key targeted audience with your own, exclusive message and artwork direct to over 30,000 Seawork eNews inboxes made up of the decision makers and specifiers in the Commercial Marine Industry across Europe. 24 hours after you will receive a full report on the open rate and engagement of clients and then another one a week later. This opportunity normally costs £2,495.00.
Andrew Webster, Organiser of Seawork International said, “Seawork provides buyers and influencers with direct access to the commercial marine and workboat market, its equipment, its innovations and its people. This is a very positive development for both exhibitors and visitors. We are delighted that SMI is taking the opportunity to support its membership in such a direct way and look forward to welcoming the SMI and its members to the 23rd year of Seawork.”
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