Building its 37-year heritage and a hugely successful growth trajectory since its physical return post-pandemic, the event is set to attract thousands of the maritime industry’s great and good at its traditional home in the Hilton Hotel, Stamford.
“Keeping a tight focus on serving our community and adding value to our members has always been a priority for the CMA” said Connecticut Maritime Association President Sandra Ennor.
“We were so proud to see our flagship event support the reconnection of so many across the industry earlier this year and we can’t wait to welcome people back in 2023. We’re looking forward to working with Informa’s Seatrade Maritime team to organize the 2023 event creating a broader mix of topics, themes and people than ever before with collaboration firmly at the heart.” continued Ennor.
Seatrade Maritime Group Director at Informa, Chris Morley said: “It’s been a privilege to organise the CMA Shipping event on behalf of the CMA and to better understand how we can support the objectives of so many in the maritime community not only in North America, but around the world. As Sandi has said, collaboration is at the centre of this event and we’ll be seeing that in spades as a recurring theme throughout the conference program next year.”
A series of opportunities to participate in CMA Shipping 2023 are available from conference passes to exhibition booths and sponsorship and as always, the event is already attracting significant engagement.
To learn more about CMA Shipping 2023 including the latest event details and soon to be announced conference program, visit www.informaconnect.com/cma-shipping and to find out more about the Connecticut Maritime Association visit https://cmashipping.org/
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