MarineAM returns and call for papers announced

Fluency Marketing has announced the return of its previously sold out, MarineAM conference and exhibition. With a bigger and better venue, MarineAM 2022 is now looking for industry innovators and thought leaders to bring its programme alive.

Taking place on 15-16 June 2022 at Southampton FC, the two-day conference focuses on advanced materials for the marine sector. MarineAM will give participants the opportunity to learn about the latest innovations, advancements and projects all taking advantage of advanced materials within the marine sector.

Juliet Jones, formerly of Oyster Yachts, said of the 2021 event: “The MarineAM event was the perfect networking opportunity for business representatives with an interest in Sustainability in Composites. Lots of great information from the presenters and trade stands.”

Gemma Smith, managing director of Fluency
Gemma Smith, managing director of Fluency

Gemma Smith, managing director, said: “The whole team is excited to be back in Southampton for another year. We look forward to hearing of the latest developments from across the supply chain, reviewing developments from last year’s sustainability workshop, and taking a deeper dive into all things MarineAM.”

For those with an interest in speaking at the event, short abstracts and bios are invited – email: info@fluency.marketing. Fluency says it is keen to hear from people throughout the industry as it builds its conference programme.

www.marineam.com

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