Your free and exclusive invite to Maritime UK’s ‘Maritime Leaders Forum’

Published on: 04 November 2022

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As a member of Maritime UK, British Marine is pleased to offer free and exclusive access for our members to attend the launch of a new forum, bringing leaders of the wider maritime sector together.


Maritime UK is pleased to announce the launch of the Maritime Leaders Forum, a new and exciting collaboration with Trinity House. 

 

The Forum will blend Trinity House’s wide industry expertise and history, with Maritime UK’s reach and capacity to drive change in the maritime sector.

 

The programme of fora will bring together authoritative speakers and industry leaders to discuss key industry issues and ambitions with each event being held at Trinity House. Each will consist of a topical keynote speech to provoke constructive and entertaining debate, followed by a networking reception kindly hosted by Trinity House.


These events will be FREE and EXCLUSIVE to all British Marine members and offer an opportunity for those companies to network across the sector as a benefit of being a member of British Marine.

 

The first session is being held on Monday 21 November, and will see our guest speaker, Michael Parker, a key figure in the global maritime sphere and a respected authority on the Poseidon Principles, set the global and national context for decarbonisation.

 

Michael will start the meeting by delivering an overview of the 2050 Maritime Strategy, leading on to a review of the lead-up to COP26 and this year’s COP27.

 

The first session will provide an opportunity for members to discuss their ambitions for the refresh to the Clean Maritime Plan, due to be published at LISW 2023.


The forum will have the best and most valuable discussion when there are opinions from across the breadth of the sector being heard, so we would be delighted for you to attend.

 

If you would be interested in attending please register your attendance here, and do let Maritime UK know if you would like to speak at the first session. 

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