Moore Stephens to Share Marketing Expertise In Gibraltar

YachtingJournal.com
Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Moore Stephens Isle of Man, providers of multi-sector accountancy, consultancy and wealth management services has been invited to speak at the Gibraltar Superyacht Forum 2013 on Thursday, June 6. Tim Shallcross, marketing supervisor, will be one of the marketing experts on the panel providing insight into brand and image as they apply to the superyacht industry.

In its second year, Gibraltar Superyacht Forum enables delegates to discuss and analyze the state of the industry in panel debates with a focus on marketing and branding, legal and fiscal issues, brokerage and impact of superyachts in transit through the Strait of Gibraltar.

To register, please go to www.registerayacht.com and click on the Gibraltar Superyacht Forum to fill out a registration form.
 

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