Boating BC Conference


Oct 23, 2017

The 7th Annual Boating BC Conference presented by Mercury Marine is now open for registration. The event will be held November 21st and 22ndat the Pacific Gateway Hotel in Richmond, BC. We invite you to join us as we celebrate Boating BC’s 60th Anniversary with a look back on how our industry has grown and adapted to a changing business landscape with our theme: 60 Years of Boating in BC. Longevity is the name of the game as we explore topics including succession planning, selling to new audiences, how to continually innovate our businesses, and industry trends and updates.




Our complete list of speakers has just been posted on our website. They include:
Tom Deans | Succession Planning + Wealth Expert
Tina Varughese | President, tWorks
Jim Harris | Principle, Strategic Advantage Author, Speaker
Martina Beck | Invasive Program Manager, BC Ministry of Environment + Climate Change Strategy

Robert Lewis-Manning | President, Chamber of Shipping of BC
Martin Paish | Director, Business Development, Sport Fishing Institute of BC
John Gullick | President, Canadian Safe Boating Council


New for this year is the BC Yacht Brokers Photo Studio where delegates can have a professional head shot taken for use in your business, on your website, LinkedIn profile or the Boating BC directory.
In addition to being the premier business event that provides tangible takeaways to help you be more successful in your business, the Boating BC Conference is also one of the best networking events of the year, and this year’s event won’t disappoint. Back for its seventh year in row is the Navis Marine Insurance Industry Reception.


For full details or to register, visit our conference website: boating-bc-conference or call 604.248.8906.

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