Bringing together senior decision-makers from the worlds of shipping, government, finance, energy, security, insurance, compliance, and technology, the conference organized by Windward, a world leader in maritime analytics, will discuss how innovation and collaboration can facilitate a safe and thriving maritime ecosystem for years to come.
This is the second year Sea: The Future is being held. It’ll again take place at London’s Trinity House. Delegates will hear from maritime leaders on how technology can help meet the challenges of new environmental, compliance and safety regulations, while improving the customer experience. They’ll see which tech-driven business models are emerging; explore how new technologies and data can give their organization a competitive edge; and explore partnership opportunities with the entrepreneurs building the next generation of maritime tech.
Confirmed speakers for Sea: The Future 2020 include former BP CEO and Windward Chairman, The Lord Browne of Madingley; Sustainable Ocean Alliance (SOA) Founder & CEO, Daniela Fernandez; Former Deputy Secretary of State, Tony Blinken; and Bunker Holding CEO, Keld Demant.
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Ami Daniel, CEO of Windward, said: “The maritime ecosystem is facing unprecedented challenges: from new environmental regulations, to security threats, to ever-evolving compliance demands. Meeting these challenges often requires organizations to sail fast just to stand still. Turning them into opportunities calls for the adoption of new technologies, new strategies and new partnerships. Sea: The Future 2020 is the perfect setting to make this happen.”
Line Dahle, Chief Customer Officer of Gard AS, said of the inaugural Sea: The Future: “Honestly one of the best and most relevant conferences I’ve ever been to. The networking was amazing, directly leading to visits from potential partners to discuss collaboration. I’m very much looking forward to Sea: The Future 2020.”
Ben Hubbard, Founder & CEO of Parsyl, said: “Sea: The Future 2019 was the best event I’ve attended since starting Parsyl. The unique approach of bringing together different parts of the maritime ecosystem – tech, insurance, government, finance – really worked. It was great to see a fellow startup exerting some intellectual leadership.”