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SHIPPINGInsight Launches New Tech Corridor at October Event
STAMFORD, Conn. – August 7, 2019 –Committed to innovation and optimization, Chief Evolution Officer, Carleen Lyden Walker, announced today that this year’s SHIPPINGInsight Fleet Optimization and Innovation Conference and Exhibition being held Oct. 15-17th, in Stamford, Connecticut will feature a New Tech Corridor to showcase technologies and services under development in the maritime space. The New Tech Corridor will feature a dedicated area with high traffic flow, a low rate to accommodate tight budgets, and an opportunity to compete for a place in SHIPPINGInsight’s SHARK TANK and SHIPPINGInsight’s Innovation Award (if booked by August 30th).
“We are strong believers that solutions to challenges facing the maritime industry will come from new concepts and ideas,” declared Ms. Walker. “We want to give these innovators an opportunity to meet the more than 250 maritime professionals, including shipowners and investors, that will be at SHIPPINGInsight this year.”
The 2019 SHIPPINGInsight Fleet Optimization Conference & Exhibition will take place at the Stamford Hilton Executive Conference Center. Themed “2020: A Shipping Odyssey”, this year’s event will cover topical issues as we face the next decade of change and disruption. top-level content providers and a combination of plenary and breakout sessions to foster more involvement, open discussion and interaction between shipping companies and solution providers.
Contact Dave Weidner for information about the SHIPPINGInsight’s New Tech Corridor.
Originally established in 2012, SHIPPINGInsight has grown steadily each year. Focusing on fleet optimization and innovation, the event provides a forum for shipowners and solution providers to exchange ideas and discuss challenges in facing the transformation of the industry. More than 250 delegates from 17 countries attended the 2018 event, including 45 shipping company executives. For more information, please visit www.shippinginsight.com.