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Businesses invited to Seawork exhibition in Great Yarmouth

PUBLISHED: 09:51 12 March 2011

BUSINESSES involved in the commercial marine industry are being offered an opportunity to take 
part in Europe’s largest industry exhibition showcase thanks to Great Yarmouth-based business support company.

Performance Plus Partnership (P+P) is organising a shared stand opportunity which offers businesses a way to get involved. MD Laurence Brooks said: “Seawork International is the largest and fastest growing commercial marine and workboat event to be held in a European working port.

“Now in its 14th successful year, Seawork attracts over 450 exhibitors and 7,000 visitors from all over the world. This is an excellent opportunity for companies from Great Yarmouth and the East of England to try this growing event at a really attractive cost.”

The exhibition includes: 10,000m² of undercover spac2, purpose built pontoons for more than 60 vessels and floating exhibits, on the water demonstration area, quayside area for trailers, large exhibits and outdoor demonstrations, and conference and meeting facilities.

P+P are offering businesses the opportunity to take part in the Southampton exhibition stand by agreeing to take one or more graphic panels or alternatively they can take a quarter of the stand and have a larger presence.

P+P have contracted Yarmouth exhibitions specialists Managed Perceptions to provide them with a fully integrated support service that will take care of everything for the exhibitors.

Any interested businesses can find out more at an information event being held at The Alchemy Centre, Suffolk Road, Yarmouth on Wednesday between 5.30pm and 7pm, where P+P and Managed Perceptions will be on hand to explain more and to answer any questions.

Email laurence@performanceplus. co.uk


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