Boating Ontario Conference


Join your colleagues at the Boating Ontario Conference & Trade Show on November 30 – Dec 2, 2015 in Huntsville, Ontario to learn, network, celebrate, and grow your business. As amazing as technology is, there is still nothing like meeting face-to-face and connecting while being away from the office. Our Conference will bring together the recreational boating industry so you can gain knowledge and insight from the expertise of the people in attendance while also providing unique, original content. 

 Keynote speakers include Ron Huibers, President of Volvo Penta, Americas; Terry McNew, President of MasterCraft; and Kropf Industrial Inc.: A Canadian Success Story.

 Interactive sessions include the ever-popular Spotlight on Success showcasing people who have expanded their marine business, Peer-to-Peer Workshops (How to benefit from the Canada/US exchange rate; Social Media; Trent Severn & Rideau Waterways with Parks Canada; Invasive Species; and Government regulations affecting your business) as well as a new session called Groupthink.

 The Boating Ontario Trade Show allows attendees to see products in person, establish what’s trending in the marketplace and get comprehensive product information in one contained location. 

 New this year, we are offering Training Sessions specifically directed at office managers and service department staff within the Recreational Marine Industry. Each session is four hours long and includes lunch and access to the Boating Ontario Trade Show. (Tuesday December 1, 2015; $95 per person)

 This Conference & Trade Show is about you and your business and the only way you can benefit is by actually being there!  Event Details: Who: Ontario’s Recreational Boating Industry What: Boating Ontario Conference & Trade Show  Where: Deerhurst Resort, Huntsville, Ontario When: November 30 – December 2, 2015

 For more information contact Jackie Crawford Wink (705) 826-2148


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