Friday, September 25, 2015

25/09/2015: Corporate ocean responsibility leaders support Sustainable Ocean Summit
Image: Paolo Gamba
A growing number of sponsors from around the world and across the sectors are supporting the World Ocean Council's Sustainable Ocean Summit (Singapore, 9-11 November 2015): 
  • TCC Group, Keppel Corporation, Nautilus Minerals
  • IHC Mining, Liquid Robotics, Marine Assets Corporation, Oceaneering, Oldendorff Carriers, Rightship, Sembcorp
  • Planet OS, Baird Maritime, exactEarth, International Association of Geophysical Contractors (IAGC)
  • Windward, Louisbourg Seafoods, Olrac SPS, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
You are invited to join these leadership organisations with your support for SOS 2015 - the unique global ocean business community gathering on 'Corporate Ocean Responsibility'.
Select SOS 2015 Sponsoring opportunities remain available at a variety of levels. For more information on sponsorships, click here.

The limited space at SOS 2015 is filling with senior industry representatives from shipping, oil and gas, fisheries, aquaculture, tourism, renewable energy, mining, ports, dredging, marine science/technology, maritime legal, finance, insurance, and other ocean industries.

Don’t miss this opportunity to work with industry leaders at the only regular gathering of the global ocean business community that is:

  • Focused on ocean sustainability, stewardship and science
  • Organised by the World Ocean Council (WOC) - the world’s non-profit, global, multi-sectoral industry leadership alliance for ocean sustainable development
  • A 'working conference' - with the WOC committed to implementing the discussions and outputs in the ongoing efforts of WOC Members and the broader ocean business community to advance responsible ocean use
Visit the World Ocean Council site HERE.

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