WorkBoat-Executive-Summit 

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 Morial Convention Center 

New Orleans, La
www.workboatsummit.com  


The WorkBoat Executive Summit is a one-day education and networking event exclusively for senior level executives in the commercial marine industry. This forum is the only event offering a private setting for critical information sharing, idea generation and rare business to business collaboration.  

In today's challenging market it is vital that executives like yourself have the right resources to keep your company competitive and profitable.  With critical issues facing your business such as high fuel prices, tight credit, an aging workforce and impending shortage of skilled workers, budget cuts and deficit reduction, now is the time to expand your network to find solutions.  The 2013 WorkBoat Executive Summit will help you navigate this environment and plan for the future. Designed exclusively for executives in the marine industry, you'll met and network with colleagues, financial experts and executives, and the industry's senior managment including fleet owners, builders and finance executives from every sector of the commercial marine industry.

Who Should Attend? Marine industry professional in the boatbuilding, marine finance or vessel owner/operator sectors with the title of CEO, CFO, COO, CIO, Chairman, Owner, President, Managing Director, Vice President, General Manager, Controller or Director.

Registration & Pricing The WorkBoat Executive Summit is a full day event that includes a morning keynote, networking luncheon, roundtable sessions, a reception and five networking opportunities. 

More Information: www.workboatsummit.com 

October 8, 2013
Morial Convention Center
New Orleans, La
www.workboatsummit.com 

 

 

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