USA: AMI Expo – a record-breaker

The 2023 AMI Conference & Expo, organised by the Association of Marina Industries and held 30th January-1st February in Daytona Beach, Florida was pronounced a record-breaking success that attracted nigh on 1,100 attendees.

“This is by far the best event we have ever presented,” said AMI vice chair Rick Chapman. “From the pre-conference workshops and opening keynote on ‘Front Row Leadership’ to the ‘Future of Boats’ panel and everything in between, the content was on point. Even if the speakers shared things we didn’t want to hear, we needed to hear them.

“We experienced record-breaking attendance, our exhibit floor was sold out, our social night was the largest we have had to date, and there was an energy throughout the event that was hard to ignore. We look forward to building on this momentum as we head back to Fort Lauderdale,” he added.

AMI Conference & Expo returns to the Broward County Convention Center in Fort Lauderdale, Florida on 30th January - 1st February 2024.


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