Dusty McCoy

Mr Dustan E. McCoy, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Brunswick Corporation will give the renowned keynote address at the METS 2013 Breakfast Briefing, to be held before the show officially opens on Tuesday 19 November. His presentation will draw on the wealth of knowledge he has gained at the helm of Brunswick. He will touch on the background of Brunswick and its role in the industry, share his views on the world market and challenge the industry on what we need to do collectively to grow boating.
Mr McCoy joined Brunswick in 1999 as Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary. Prior to joining Brunswick, Mr McCoy served as Executive Vice President for Witco Corporation, with operating responsibility for a variety of global businesses and functions. During his six years at Witco, Mr McCoy also served as Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary. His previous experience also includes 15 years with Ashland, Inc., where he served as Associate General Counsel with responsibility for the corporate law department.
After the Breakfast Briefing Mr McCoy will join the Young Professionals in their Club Lounge for a meet and greet.

Breakfast Briefing
The Breakfast Briefing, co-organised by the International Council of Marine Industry Associations (ICOMIA) will take place  on Tuesday 19 November, 08:00 hours in the Forum of Amsterdam RAI, (entrance E), followed by the DAME Awards presentations. METS exhibitors, press and special VIP guests are invited to attend.
METS 2013 will be held 19-20-21 November 2013 in Amsterdam RAI Convention Centre.

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