Crew Connect Global, 2016 - Maritime, Seafarer lifestyle, welfare
We see an exciting opportunity for CrewConnect Global to become a vehicle for change, the place where the industry's future manpower strategy is forged.
Transforming Crews of Today Into Crews of Tomorrow
Collaboration to advance new industry approaches to seafarer recruitment and training
Over the past 17 years we’ve worked closely with the industry to create the largest and most influential event for the marine HR community. Now we want to do more. We see an exciting opportunity for CrewConnect Global to become a vehicle for change, the place where the industry’s future manpower strategy is forged.
We want you to join us on this journey, but first, find out how we plan to achieve this...
A fresh programme of content
The new conference programme is designed to engage, provoke, fuel debate, challenge assumptions and tackle the most controversial issues confronting the maritime crewing, MET and welfare sectors.
We’re working closely with industry focus groups to inject new energy into our sessions to ensure all attendees emerge after two days fully informed, re-energised and equipped with best practices, solutions, targeted strategies and goals to implement in their crewing business.
Prepare yourself for a new experience at CrewConnect Global 2016 where you will be part of a team mapping the industry’s future and transforming our crews of today into crews of tomorrow.
An enhanced networking experience
A bigger, bolder event with a broader maritime audience attending the new CrewConnect Global Exhibition
International Delegate: GBP 1199
Philippine Resident: GBP 449.00
Speakers: Marietta Asik European Commission, Troels Blicher Danielsen Danish Maritime Authority, David Kelly IMarEST, Eric Visser Holland America Group, David Patraiko The Nautical Institute, Angelica Baylon IMAREST and MAAP, Capt Robert Fay International Registries Inc
Category: Conferences | Engineering and Technology | Port and Marine