Q: How often do you hear of a not-for-profit shipping conference run by shipping professionals and not conference organisers? A: Not very. That’s right. So this one’s different right from the start.
And that’s not all. PYNDA promise you no profit-seeking conference organisers and no boring sales pitches dressed up as speeches. Spend a day among fellow professionals and colleagues from all parts of the industry – your chance to contribute and to hear some of the leading figures in our industry discussing how we got here, riding the storm and tomorrow’s world.
26th April at the IMO in London. Tickets have just gone on sale. As this is a not-for-profit event they’re only £250 so are likely to sell out fast:
- 40th Anniversary of PYNDA, the Plymouth Nautical Degree Association
- Space is limited to 250 people
- Co-hosted by Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers
- Evening art exhibition and sale of the maritime photography of Claudiu and Delta Muntean in aid of the Mission to Seafarers
- Booking Form: http://www.pynda.com/conference2012/?page_id=76 or Email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Speakers: Mike Penning UK Shipping Minister, Andy Winbow, Deputy Secretary General IMO, Martin Stopford MD Clarksons Research, Rear Admiral John Lang former Chief Inspector MAIB, Richard Greiner Moore Stephens, Scott Bergeron CEO LISCR, David Brummond Snr Sanctions Advisor US Treasury, James Power Partner, Holland & Knight, Andrew Bardot International Group of P&I Clubs, James Wilkes MD GrayPage, Kathi Stanzel Dty MD INTERTANKO, Capt Andre le Goubin London Offshore Consultants, Mark Stokes Group Communications Director Lloyds Register, Paul Ostergaard MD Shipserv, Michael Grey BIMCO, Julian Bray Editor Tradewinds and Georgi Slavov Head of Dry Cargo Research ICAP.
- Sponsors: Moore Stephens, LISCR, Lloyds Register, Tradewinds, Gray Page