Exhibition schedules are changing! 2022 will bring several important surprises. And one of them, alas, is not the most pleasant one.
Yacht exhibitions are always a reason to revitalize the public - new boats, equipment. In the end - live communication with like-minded people. What to expect in 2022?
Auckland is ahead of the rest!
Yes, in 2022, Oakland and its annual boat show are going to just rip and toss! The March show will be 15% bigger than last year's. It will occupy a large area and a large number of participants.
Since the show is postponed to March. So, visitors will enjoy the boating season in Auckland in the best possible way.
The show will be held both on water and on land. The exhibition is known for its sea trials and an extensive program on the water. She will now have an increased number of boats on display in marinas. This will allow you to see and touch the boats live. This will attract even more potential buyers and visitors.
The exhibition area on land has also increased. The old members were happy to expand the old assortment. New ones, in addition to the competition for the right to exhibit, will present new technologies.
“We are delighted to provide this platform for the industry to connect with boating enthusiasts,” says organizer Stacey Cook. “We know how much New Zealanders enjoy going out on the water; and this becomes more and more important as we all find new ways to relax. "
Alas, but not in Oslo ...
The next big event in March 2022 was supposed to be an exhibition in Oslo. Alas, according to a press release from the organizers, Sjøen for Alle 2022 will not take place. All this is due to the uncertainty regarding the supply of products.
“At the moment, the boat business is processing the list of orders. The business needs to replenish stocks again. There is a great deal of uncertainty among the large companies as to whether they will receive enough boats to display them now.
This is the most important argument for some. Therefore, they do not want to visit at Sjøen for Alle 2022, ”says Robert Kippe. Robert is the Public Relations Manager for Sjøen for Alle 2022.
“Limited access to goods makes it impossible to organize a bot show of the required format and quality. We'll just let the audience and visitors down! Exhibitions like ours cannot afford this! " Says Sien, Project Manager for Alle Per Sorgeima from Norges Varemesse.
“Sjøen for Alle will definitely make a comeback in 2023,” adds Sarheim. The decision was made in cooperation with the Norboat sales organization, which owns Sjøen for Alle.
We will continue to review the brightest events of 2022 and are confident that there will be much more bright moments than negative ones. Yes, the pandemic brings a number of significant inconveniences, but we are delighted to see some find unexpected solutions to problems. Tomorrow we'll talk about the best Christmas gifts for sailors! Do not miss new materials on the Interparus website!
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