The inaugural Maritime Week Egypt is a high-level two-day virtual conference focused entirely on Egypt. Its aim is to demonstrate clearly that Egypt is ‘open for business’ by shining a spotlight onto the country’s journey towards becoming one of the world’s most important maritime hubs.
It will cover the important elements of shipping, oil and gas, bunkering, transport logistics, port development and the environment – all in the context of building a world-class maritime hub – and will feature a special focus on Egypt’s ‘crown jewels’, the Suez Canal and the Suez Canal Economic Zone.
The event is intended to highlight Egypt’s ‘centre of the world’ geographical location and the impressive investment the country has been making, from expanding the Suez Canal to developing its ports and terminals, building new roads and railways, and developing a robust oil and gas infrastructure.
But Maritime Week Egypt will also look at how best practice in other countries, and in particular the maritime sector, can be adapted to further enhance Egypt’s maritime offering.
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A major benefit of Maritime Week Egypt is that it is entirely free of charge to attend and open to everyone. You just have to register and complete your personalised profile so that you can connect with others and others can connect with you.
The biggest upside for sponsors and exhibitors is that visitor data is automatically captured for future follow-ups, providing a fast and efficient way to reach a large number of potential clients.
Maritime Week Egypt offers exhibition stands where companies can display their products and services, via video presentations, one-to-one meetings, and poster displays.
Exhibitors can gather visitor data for later follow up and attendees can plan their visits and gather the information they require from each of the exhibitors.
All attendees will be able to book virtual meetings with each other, even with people they do not yet know, assisted by the Maritime Week Egypt artificial intelligence tool that will use your personalised profile to recommend who you should meet.
Everyone will be able to manage their own agendas and will have access to a resource centre, including virtual ‘shops’ where they may order books, equipment and other items. But best of all, everyone attending will be able to see who else is online and connect with them directly.