Royal Victoria Dock , 1 Western Gateway
London, United Kingdom
Nova Scotia Business Inc (NSBI)., in partnership with ACOA and the Atlantic Provinces, is currently recruiting ocean technology companies interested in participating as a co-exhibitor at Oceanology International London 2020.
Oceanology International London is the global forum where industry, academia and government share knowledge and connect with the ocean technology and marine science communities, improving their strategies for measuring, advancing, protecting and operating in the world’s oceans.
This is the world’s premiere ocean science and marine technology event with global participation for over 50 years. In 2018, there were over 489 exhibitors from 67 countries, seven international pavilions (including Canada), ten diverse free conference tracks and seven working vessels and multiple dockside demostrations. Oceanology International London attracts business professionals from six different marine and maritime buyer groups which include; oil & gas, marine sciences and marine renewables.
If you are doing business in any of the following areas, your company should be co-exhibiting at Oceanology International London:
- Underwater Communications
- Hydrography and Geophysics
- Positioning and Metrology
- Marine Renewables
- Ocean Research
- Oil & Gas
- Maritime Security
- Unmanned Vehicles and Vessels
- Monitoring Structural Integrity
- Handling BIG Data
As a co-exhibitor in the Atlantic Canada pavilion, each company will receive:
- Individual co-exhibitor space within the pavilion
- Display counter and locked cabinet
- 2 chairs / stools
- Literature stand
- On-the-ground support from Canadian Government officials and industry associations
- Discount on Air Canada Flights
- Briefing booklet
Registration fee: $2,875.00 ($2,500.00 + $375.00 HST)
Registration deadline: October 31, 2019
Please Note: Space is limited.
If you have any questions, please contact Shauna Cotie, firstname.lastname@example.org
Companies are responsible for the cost of all travel, accommodation, meals and any in-market expenses. Nova Scotia companies may apply for the Export Growth Program to help offset these costs.
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