Marine Tech Expo returns to Plymouth UK in 2018
The Marine Tech Expo will return this year to Plymouth UK with the aim of showcasing the latest marine innovations in ocean technology to the industry.
Included on the event programme are 34 high profile, inspiring speakers, including international keynote Ralph Rayner, non-executive chairman of Sonardyne International, Michael Jones from USA’s biggest Marine Cluster, The Marine Alliance and Chris Langford of Thales Group.
“The event programme specifically designed to support marine businesses to innovate, create a competitive edge and ultimately grow; creating high value knowledge-based jobs,” said John Chudley, programme director.
Marine Tech Expo is part of the Mayflower 400 programme to showcase business, is expected to see senior decision makers involved in the latest marine innovations in ocean technology congregate under one roof.
The day following the expo, Plymouth’s marine community will open its doors to offer an exclusive behind the scenes tour for Marine Tech Expo attendees, offering a unique insight into the leading tech and science being developed in the city.
The Marine Tech Expo will take place on Thursday 21 June at the Roland Levinsky Building on the University of Plymouth campus.
More info from www.marinetechexpo.co.uk
By Anne-Marie Causer
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