UK marine media outlet, Marine Industry News announces the launch of its first issue in print

Marine Industry News

Aug 31, 2021

Marine Industry News is delighted to announce the launch of its first issue in print, to be distributed at Southampton International Boat Show.

Recognizing the value of printed media as well as digital, the UK-based Marine Industry News announces the launch of its first issue in print. The Marine Industry News show edition will include business insights, features and interviews from across the industry.

Marine Industry News has also entered into an agreement with British Marine to be the trade media partner of the event and will be sponsoring the Marine Trade Awards on 13 September.

Adrien Burnand, head of marketing and communications at British Marine, comments: “We are truly delighted to be partnering with Marine Industry News at this year’s show and I can’t wait to read their special show edition, which we’ll be sharing on our exhibitors stands and with our members, within the British Marine Members & Exhibitors Lounge.”

Lyndsay Hall, commercial manager for Marine Industry News, says: “We are excited to launch our first print edition at Southampton International Boat Show. We have been working hard on how to provide a fresh new approach to an industry-focused magazine and I think we have really achieved that. It is our aim that it be the first of many print issues to come.”

Credit: Marine Industry News – marineindustrynews.co.uk

 

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