Optimism at Ocean Business 2019 - 10/04/2019
There is an optimistic buzz at Ocean Business, the world largest hydrographic trade-show at the National Oceanographic Centre in Southampton, learned Durk Haarsma of Geomares, publisher of Hydro International. He and his colleagues are visiting the show to discover the latest developments in the hydrographic branch.
“With oil and gas picking up again and offshore renewables growing fast, the show expects an increasing number of visitors of 5 percent”, says Durk. “Optimism sounded also through in a very lively wine-trail on the first day of the show.”
Fully Booked Demos
“All the demos are fully booked and the ever growing conference alongside the exhibition is another sign of renewed growth of the sector”, reports Durk after his first day at Ocean Business.
Change of Crew
This edition is the last Ocean Business for Versha Carter, director Diversified Communications, who started the event 12 years ago. She hands over to the new event director Cheri Arvonio, who will be in charge from now on and will be heading up basically with the same team that has put together Ocean Business for 6 times now.
Meet and connect
Durk and his colleagues have more to discover at Ocean Business and will also be visiting the trade-show on Thursday. Like to meet him before he returns back home to talk about the latest development in the industry or do you have an idea for an article? Leave a message (comment) and he will contact you or visit stand number R4.
Take your Chance
Interested in visiting Ocean Business? You have just one day left. The exhibition will only be open today. Details can be found at www.oceanbusiness.com.Last updated: 11/04/2019