Canadian Boat Shows announces two New Staff members join the Toronto Boat Show

Oct 25, 2022

On October 23rd, Canadian Boat Shows announced two New Staff members join the Toronto Boat Show team.

John Derlis, Sales & Marketing Manager
For the past 25+ years John’s entrepreneur background in the entertainment industry has included owning/operating Impact Live, Web-Out Marketing Group, TicketBreak Corp. and Director of Marketing at The Docks Entertainment Complex.
He has been an integral part of many high-profile events and festivals such as Kempenfest, Barrie’s Waterfront Festival, and Rock 95’s Annual Birthday Bash.
John brings a high level of sales professionalism and marketing experience from his previous business and work history. He is also an avid boater!
You will hear from John as he begins phone calls to exhibitors with respect to the 2023 show. Together we look forward to a smooth transition into John’s new role.
John will work from the Bolton Office.
John’s contact information:
Office: (905) 951-4050


Niamh Conlan, Accounting & Administrative Coordinator
(pronounced N-eve)
With over 15 years of experience in administration and office management holding Office Manager positions at the Australian Trade & Investment Commission / Australian Consulate – General and at Machine Tool & Production Inc.
Niamh works from the Bolton Office and looks forward to meeting exhibitors on the phone as she assists with inquiries and on-site in the Show Office in January.
Niamh’s contact information:
Office: (905) 951-0009

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