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December 4-6, 2019 commercial mariners from around the world will unite once again in New Orleans for the International WorkBoat Show. Each year, over 15,000 industry professionals come together to network, discover new products, and learn about evolving issues affecting the industry – from expert speakers, innovative exhibitors, and most importantly, each other. Be a part of the experience and sign up to receive show related news, registration announcement, pass discounts and more.
Exhibiting at the International WorkBoat Show is the most efficient way to hear what your commercial marine customers need from you right now, make genuine connections, showcase your latest products or services, and get meaningful feedback from purchasers and end users alike. Attendees spend millions of dollars annually on marine equipment and services, and together represent $2.3 billion in buying power. Of last year’s attendees, 92% discovered new products or vendors at the show and 70% planned to make a purchase as a result of attending.