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14 Jun 2018

Our Ocean Wealth Summit “Investing in Marine Ireland” In association with PwC

Now in its fifth year, the Our Ocean Wealth Summit forms a key part of the Government’s integrated marine plan - Harnessing Our Ocean Wealth. Investing in Marine Ireland will highlight the immense opportunities that our marine sector has to offer companies and organisations.

 

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When:           28 & 29 June 2018

Where:          Galway Docks, Galway City

Who:             Marine & Business Speakers, Agencies & Thought Leaders

Tickets:         www.ouroceanwealth.ie 

If you’re operating in the marine, energy, engineering, transport, technology or aquaculture sector, you should join us at this year’s Our Ocean Wealth Summit to understand the immense opportunities that our marine sector has to offer companies and organisations in Ireland and beyond. 

Our Ocean Wealth Summit 2018 is an ambitious event with an exciting schedule of market-leading speakers, innovators, entrepreneurs and experts from industry, academia, research, policy and government.  You can join with these leaders to experience 2 days of fast-paced, progressive thinking on Ireland’s ocean wealth in a national and global context. Combining a marine industry showcase, expert speaking schedule, fisheries in the context of Brexit event, networking events and more, Our Ocean Wealth Summit 2018 is a marine ‘must’ in the calendar.

 Be part of the discussion that shapes opportunities in the Irish marine sector of the future. 

 Register to attend today at www.ouroceanwealth.ie  

Now in its fifth year, Our Ocean Wealth Summit in association with PWC is supported by a number of partners including IDA Ireland, Enterprise Ireland, Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI), Science Foundation Ireland, Failte Ireland, Bord Iascaigh Mhara (BIM) and the Irish Maritime Development Office (IMDO).  The Summit is an output of Harnessing Our Ocean Wealth, the Government’s integrated plan for Ireland’s marine sector, which aims to double the value of the marine economy’s contribution to GDP by 2030.