Come to the 2023 Annual Boating Ontario Conference where we will be Standing Strong Together

Nov 7, 2023

Join hundreds of delegates who have already registered to attend the 2023 Boating Ontario conference at Deerhurst taking place November 27-29, 2023.   As in the past we have secured an UNBELIEVABLE room rate for you of just $159 per night!  The rate is available until November 7th, so call to book your room at the resort as soon as possible using the Group Code: Boating Ontario.

Your three-day conference that the Boating Ontario crew has planned for you, is focused on education and encompasses all aspects of our ever-changing industry, sales, leadership and training, and mental health.

Here are some of the highlights of this year’s conference line-up. 


·      The legendary and SOLD OUT – BOATS Trade Show and reception

·      Why Collaboration Beats Competition – Graham Sherman

·      Economic Outlook – Interest costs & curtailments

·      Tools for attracting new and keeping current employees

·      The Pursuit of More – Harvesting digital sales opportunities

·      Mental Health – Finding your Voice – Allan Kehler

·      Boating Ontario – Awards Gala & Reception

·      Rising Tide Lifts All Boats: How Telling Your Stories Can Lift Your Industry to New Heights – Rob Wozny

·      The B.O.A.T Mindset – [Building Opportunities Achieving Together] – Daniel Lewis

·      Tons of networking opportunities  ….Christmas party and so much more!!!

Click here for more information & to register today!

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