Known for having one of the most prestigious superyacht displays in the world, the Monaco Yacht Show will take place from the 28th September – 01st October 2022.
The show will attract thousands of yachting professionals and industry enthusiasts from around the globe, to the iconic Port Hercules in Monaco.
This year’s event will host around 600 exhibitors and display more than 120 motor yachts and sailing yachts. It will also feature a tender and water toys exhibit, car deck and of course, the perfect platform to meet and network with clients and business contacts.
Will you be attending this year’s show?
Our Head of Marketing and New Business, Lesley-Anne Walker, will be attending this year’s show. If you would like to arrange a meeting with Lesley at or during the show, please contact email@example.com or telephone +44 1624 616544.
The Isle of Man Aviation Conference has built up a strong reputation over the years and has become an increasingly popular event to attend among aviation industry professionals.
Supported by the Isle of Man Aircraft Registry, the conference attracts delegates from around the globe that work in aviation regulation, manufacturing, operations, ownership and management sectors.
This year a variety of informal networking opportunities before and after the event will provide delegates the chance to connect with fellow professionals from within the industry.
This year’s conference will focus on the issues and current challenges being faced by the industry as well as future growth opportunities.
Sentient International’s Head of Marketing | New Business, Lesley-Anne Walker, will be attending this year’s event.
“The Isle of Man Aviation Conference is always an insightful and thought-provoking event, which offers a great platform to network with likeminded aviation professionals. I’m looking forward to reconnecting with existing contacts in the industry and meeting some new ones.”Lesley-Anne Walker, Sentient International
Are you attending? Why not introduce yourself and have a coffee and a chat with her at the event.
Alternatively, call +44 1624 616544 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a private meeting.
Superyacht Investor returns to London from 16-17 May 2022.
As one of the leading conferences in the superyacht industry, it attracts a range of industry experts including lawyers, financiers, corporate service providers, advisors, managers, shipyards, designers, suppliers, insurers and other leading figures in the ‘business of superyachts’.
This year’s event has a diverse agenda covering a variety of topics surrounding the current industry challenges, changes and opportunities, and the role of sustainability in the industry’s future.
It features a great line-up of speakers who will be participating in a number of insightful panel discussions, interactive audience polling, stimulating debates, quizzes and more.
With more than 20+ hours of networking scheduled throughout the event, it offers the perfect opportunity to meet, network and strengthen connections with likeminded professionals in this dynamic sector.
Head of Marketing and New Business, Lesley-Anne Walker, will be heading to this year’s event, so if you are attending and would like to catch up with her whilst she’s in London, please contact email@example.com.
The Chung Yeung Festival, also referred to as the Double Ninth Festival, is a traditional Chinese holiday that takes place on the ninth day of the ninth Lunar month.
Did you know, on this day people will hike to high points in the city for good luck or fly kites high in the sky to banish bad omens from the earth?
Our Hong Kong office is closed today to observe the public holiday however, our offices in the Isle of Man and Hong Kong remain open as usual.
Hong Kong Special Administration Region Establishment Day is celebrated annually on the 1st of July and marks the ending of the British Colonial rule.
Some locals view this as a time to recognise Hong Kong’s independence and to voice their political opinions, whilst others celebrate Chinese patriotism and the economic growth of the country.
Our Hong Kong office is closed today to observe this public holiday but our offices in Malta and the Isle of Man remain open as usual.
The Tuen Ng Festival, also known as the Dragon Boat Festival, is a traditional Chinese holiday that commemorates the death of Qu Yuan, a national hero who drowned himself in protest against the corrupt rulers of the 3rd century.
The elaborately carved boats are brightly painted and attract thousands of people to Victoria Harbour every year. For the people who participate, the boat race is seen as a test of their strength.
Our Hong Kong office is closed today to honour this public holiday.
Our Malta office remains open as normal.
The Buddha’s Birthday, also known as his day of enlightenment, is a Buddhist festival celebrated in most parts of East and South Asia.
In Hong Kong, it is celebrated on the eighth day of the fourth month in the Chinese lunar calendar.
As the Buddha’s birthday fell on a Sunday this year, the day following the Buddha’s birthday has been made a bank holiday.
Our Hong Kong office is therefore closed today to observe this public holiday.
National Day falls on the 1st of October every year and is celebrated throughout mainland China, Hong Kong and Macau.
In Hong Kong, National Day is one of three days that have some of the most elaborate firework displays along with Chinese New Year and New Year’s Eve in the Western calendar.
Please be advised that our Hong Kong office will be closed today.
The Spring Bank Holiday, also known as the Late May Bank Holiday, is ordinarily celebrated on the last Monday in May.
However, this year it has been moved to create a long bank holiday weekend as part of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations.
Our Isle of Man office is therefore closed today to observe this public holiday.
Our Malta and Hong Kong offices remain open as usual.
Today we celebrate the Platinum Jubilee of Her Majesty the Queen, marking seven decades of service and dedication to the people of the United Kingdom and realms of the Commonwealth.
This extra bank holiday provides the perfect opportunity for people and communities to come together and celebrate this momentous occasion for Her Royal Highness, who will be the first British Monarch in history to reach this incredible milestone.
Our Isle of Man office remains closed today to observe this public holiday.