To help our members choose the right session for them, the content of this year’s Digital Spring Expo has been themed around 3 key areas; ‘Road to Recovery’, ‘Participation & Tourism’ and ‘Trade’.
Our full agenda has been published and a summary can be viewed below. Click register to view all the details and confirm your attendance. Once you have registered, you will be able to access the online event page, which contains all of the webinar links and detail you need to attend. A link to this page will also be sent by email.
Tuesday 16th March – Road to Recovery - see full agenda here
Road to Recovery is the focus of day one and will aim to aid businesses chart a post-Brexit course and COVID-19 recovery. Keynote speaker Martin Beck, Senior Economist at Oxford Economics, will deliver a speech titled “Light at the end of the tunnel”, addressing the year ahead for British businesses and the challenges and opportunities presented by the global pandemic. A full agenda of webinars and networking sessions will follow, and members will have the chance to voice their opinions on key issues such as UK law and VAT changes.
Wednesday 17th March – Participation & Tourism - see full agenda here
Participation & Tourism is the focus for day two as another ‘staycation’ summer approaches. A key focus of the day is identifying the resources available to our members in helping them to attract new customers and increase watersports participation in the UK.
Thursday 18th March – Trade - see full agenda here
Spring Expo concludes with a day focussing on Trade, particularly what opportunities are available globally, including funding support for businesses and new customs procedures following Brexit.
What is the cost? As a British Marine member, tickets are included in your membership. For non-members, we have created an attractive offer so you are not missing out.
Full terms and conditions can be found here.
Please note that British Marine would not in any circumstances sell the attendee list for this event. If you receive such a request, please treat it as SPAM.