Nov 6, 2017

Boating BC

 

In response to a rapidly changing business landscape, new technologies, and challenges facing the marina sector, Boating BC invites you to join the inaugural Boating BC Marina Sector Seminar on Monday, November 20, 2017 at 7pm. This seminar will take place the night prior to the 2017 Boating BC Conference in the Maple Room at the Pacific Gateway Hotel. There is no charge to attend and the event is open to all marina businesses, whether you're a member of Boating BC or not!

  

 

 



PRESENTATIONS

• Brandon Wright, CEO, Barnacle Systems | Introducing Remote Boat Monitoring
• James Copeland, Founder, Swift Harbour | A Revolutionary Way to Book Moorage
• Merritt Alves, Membership Coordinator, Association of Marina Industries | How to Take Advantage of Your AMI Membership
Boating BC President, Don Prittie, and First Vice President & Treasurer, Mike Short will be in attendance to facilitate the seminar, lead the open forum discussions, and answer questions related to membership.

OPEN FORUM DISCUSSION

The evening will offer an opportunity to participate in an open forum to discuss issues facing marinas in BC, including access to water and changes in marina electrical design requirements. If you have a topic or question you would like to discuss at the seminar, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

STAY + NETWORK!

Be sure to stay and network with fellow members before and after the evening's sessions! Hors d'oeuvres will be served, sponsored by Barnacle Systems and Swift Harbour and a bar will be made available, sponsored by Boating BC Association.

HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS

Guests are welcome to stay the night at the Pacific Gateway Hotel under the 2017 Boating BC Conference room block at a discounted rate of $139.00 per night. To reserve your room, call 1-866-382-3474 and quote the block code: 1711BOAT. The reservation block is open to delegates until November 7th, so be sure to book your space as soon as possible.

If you are interested in attending, please complete the registration form here.

The Boating BC Team
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