When: April 21-22, 2017
Where: Montreal, Quebec
Hosted by the Canadian Institute of Marine Engineering St. Lawrence Branch and SNAME
Registration opens: mid-November, 2016
Find out more and register for email updates at: www.maritech.org.
Registration for the Mari-Tech Conference and Exhibition will open mid-November. Take advantage of Early Bird rates until March 2nd, 2017. Detailed conference registration fees can be found on the website www.mari-tech.org.
The Canadian Institute of Marine Engineering (CIMarE) is proud to present Mari-Tech: Canada's largest marine engineering conference, attracting business professionals and stakeholders from around the world. Our popular two-day event features world-class keynote speakers, informative sessions on cutting edge marine technology issues, more than 450 attendees and an opportunity to network with others in the industry.
Program Update: The 2017 Mari-Tech Conference and Exhibition planning committee is pleased to announce that Public Services and Procurement Canada will be presenting their Procurement Outlook at the conference on Wednesday April 19th. Please watch our website for further details.
Book Accommodations for Mari-Tech 2017
Hotel Bonaventure Montréal is located in the heart of beautiful, downtown Montréal. The hotel is home to premier conference facilities specializing in hosting large and small meetings, exhibitions and conventions.
With 397 bedrooms and 2.5 acres of stunning landscaped rooftop gardens, the Hotel Bonaventure Montréal offers a choice of garden or city skyline views and free WiFi. Swim all year round in the outdoor heated rooftop pool.
Beautifully appointed rooms offer a choice of garden or city view. Windows open for fresh air and are dressed with both sheers and black-out curtains. The mahogany furniture includes a large working area, supplied with two phones, two phone lines and voice mail. This year's conference discounted room rate is $219.00 CAD (double occupancy), $249.00 (triple occupancy), $279.00 (quad occupancy) per night. A 5% GST, 9.975% PST and a 3.5% Occupancy tax will be applied to the rate.
Reminder: Call for Speakers is accepting submissions until December 2nd
Do you have something you want to share about the marine industry that will benefit the Canadian marine engineering community? If so, we'd like to hear your idea for a 45-minute presentation related to this year's theme: 21st Century Marine Engineering: Efficient and ECO Systems. Click here to find out how to submit.
Be a Mari-Tech Conference Sponsor or Exhibitor!
Invest in a conference sponsorship with CIMarE and receive:
- Access to the best and brightest thinkers in your industry
- A program that carefully explores the theory, best practices and expert opinions relevant to each conference topic
- Participation in a respected forum for ideas and issues that affect your business and your customers
- Amplification of your message in a setting of heightened receptiveness
- Many opportunities for networking with peers, innovative leaders and decision-makers
- Responsive staff on hand at the conference to assist with all of your needs All sponsorship packages include company logo recognition in all event marketing, including the website, e-newsletter and on-site signage.
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