“Winds of Change” is the theme of the Boating BC Conference Nov. 22 / 23

Boating BC Conference Winds of Change

Nov 8, 2022

Thank you to those who have already purchased tickets to the 2022 Boating BC Conference, Winds of Change presented by Mercury Marine. In just a few weeks, we will learn from leading experts in business development, customer retention and industry best practices over two days of in-person sessions, keynotes and social activities.

The conference takes delegates through a rich program of the latest industry news and trends. Tangible takeaways will help grow recreational marine businesses in all sectors across our province.

MARINA NIGHT – Pre-conference is the Nov 21 Marina Night. If you operate a marina and are attending the conference, be sure to join us Monday evening (November 21) for Marina Night. The evening includes guest speakers and networking. Registration is Free when you register for the Conference

KEYNOTE SPEAKER – Eddie LeMoine. Watch the video trailer


Other important speakers and sessions include Matt Gruhn, President of the Marine Retailers Association of the Americas, and Graham Sherman, self-professed “high level geek” and co-founder of the Tool Shed Brewing Company.

The Boating BC Conference is set for November 22nd and 23rd at the Sheraton Vancouver Airport Hotel in Richmond. If you haven’t already, please click here to purchase tickets to the conference. 

Remember to call the Sheraton Vancouver Airport to book your rooms.

We look forward to hosting an eventful conference – filled with world-class speakers, networking, food & entertainment!

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