Known as the maritime meeting place for the Middle East, the virtual event will still allow its loyal audience to meet and network – using the latest in digital technology for an interactive online event – and open its doors to a wider global online presence.
“In light of the current global situation and in-line with a series of conversations with industry partners, it was clear that a virtual event was the preferred option for our audience in 2020,” said Chris Morley, Event Director, Seatrade.
“While the live event will return in 2021, maritime professionals with a vested interested in the Middle East market will still have the opportunity to come together through this fully digital experience providing an online forum for industry suppliers and professionals to network, build valuable business relationships and access first-in-class content.”
Seatrade Maritime Middle East Virtual will focus on delivering an experience that mirrors the core values of the physical edition of the event. Suppliers will be able to showcase their services and explore lead generation opportunities through online exhibitor listings, while the conference agenda will address critical issues across a series of macro and micro-level sessions.
“As our market begins to look towards 2021, it’s critical that our community has access to resources that enable them to make informed business decisions during what has been an extra-ordinary year so far,” said Emma Howell, Director of Channel Marketing, Maritime by Informa Markets.
“Through Seatrade Maritime Middle East Virtual, our market is able to not only stay connected with their peers, but also the wider industry,” added Howell.
For more information and to learn more about how to get involved, please visit the Seatrade Maritime Middle East Virtual website.
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