Date change for marina, boatyard conference

Apr 28, 2019 by Triton Staff

The International Marina & Boatyard Conference (IMBC) has shifted the earlier announced dates for its 2020 conference. The event is now set for Jan. 14-16, following a Tuesday-Thursday schedule.

The change in dates was made in order for the event to remain in Hall A of the Broward County Convention Center, according to organizers.

The 2020 conference will mark IMBC’s 18th year at the venue. The conference features an exhibit hall with more than 150 booths; seminars, workshops and roundtable discussions; and networking opportunities for marina and boatyard professionals, as well as others in the yachting industry.

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