‘THEN & NOW’ RESTORATION ZONE – TALL SHIPS REGATTA & FESTIVAL 2014: 5th -9TH SEPTEMBER, MARITIME GREENWICH:The National Maritime Development Group (NMDG) in partnership with National Historic Ships (UK) (NHiS), are supporting this year’s Tall Ships Regatta & Festival 2014, Maritime Greenwich. Located on the lawns of the ORNC, we shall be hosting the, ‘Then & Now’ Maritime Restoration zone, a trade exhibition and theatre promoting marine conservation, traditional maritime heritage skill sets and how modern technology, design, construction and engineering supports maritime heritage restoration projects. One million people are expected to visit the Royal Greenwich Tall Ships Regatta & Festival from the 5th -9th September 2014, don’t miss the opportunity to put your business at the centre of the£840 million heritage market and the first major Tall Ships event on the majestic Thames in a generation. To exhibit email : email@example.com
THE GAME CHANGER- THE LONDON GATEWAY VALUE PROPOSITION: BUSINESS BREAKFAST,THURSDAY 25TH SEPTEMBER, STANFORD-LE-HOPE, ESSEX: This meeting of the Thames and Channel, National Maritime Development Group (NMDG) has been designed to give executives an insight into ‘The London Gateway Value Proposition’. We will hear from Simon Moore, Chief Executive Officer, DP World London Gateway and Harbour Master, Colin Hitchcock on how DP World London Gateway provides exceptional benefits and market advantage for supply chains across the UK. This meeting will also include a tour of the UK’s most advanced deep sea port.This venue will be providing a buffet style, hot and cold continental style breakfast. Numbers limited to 47. Cost : £20+VAT for NMDG partners & their paid-for guests, £25+VAT for non-partners. Registration from 08.30 hrs for 09.00 hrs start. Please email : firstname.lastname@example.org register your attendance.