Conference about maritime opportunities in Turkey
On Thursday the 21st of March 2013 Turkish leading maritime exhibition Europort Istanbul will be the host of the highly regarded Mare Forum Istanbul Conference. Exploring the growing maritime opportunities in Turkey and discovering how global companies can benefit are the main topics of the conference. The Mare Forum Conference will take place on the second exhibition day. Afterwards, conference delegates will be able to visit Europort Istanbul. They will also be invited to the Europort Istanbul VIP reception at the end of the same day. Mare Forum Istanbul 2013 - The Turkish Expansion
Turkey is the bright spot of Europe as well as the Middle East. Its banks are stable, its workforce is capable and its entrepreneurs are hungry. In the global economy Turkey is serving as a bridge between Europe and Asia and is building an important position as a maritime nation. Turkey is home to entrepreneurial ship owners, cost-effective shipyards, offshore activities and super yacht builders. Mare Forum explores the growing maritime opportunities in Turkey and shows how global companies can benefit. The conference will take place in a free flowing ambiance, with open and informal discussions that are the hallmark of the Mare Forum formula. Delegates
At the 2013 Mare Forum Istanbul Conference leading Turkish politicians, ship owners, shipbuilders, cruise destination managers, manufacturers, financers, shippers, regulators, brokers, journalists, entrepreneurs and energy companies will come together with international ship owners, financers and other members of the international maritime community.Europort Istanbul 2013
Europort Istanbul will take place from 20 to 23 March 2013. This leading maritime exhibition will be organised in exclusive cooperation with IMEAK DTO Turkish Chamber of Shipping. The exhibition is supported by amongst others the Turkish ship yard association GISBIR and international sector associations such as HME, NME, ANCONAV and GICAN. Europort Istanbul takes place in Hall 9, Hall 10 and the Foyer (Hall 11) of the Istanbul Expo Centre. The exhibition is visited by around 7.500 maritime professionals, including decision making authorities of a large number of Turkish shipyards and shipping companies.