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Attendees

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2020 attendees

Organisations who attended the Women in Shipping Virtual Summit included:


Inform GmbH

Awilco Technical Services

Beacon Intermodal Leasing

CargoMetrics Technologies LLC

Trane Technologies

Wallenius Wilhelmsen

Green Award Foundation

STARTER

Greenpeace International

Ministry of Defence

Stena Line

Royal Fleet Auxiliary

Aetler

Halcyon Recruitment /Diversity Study Group

IMO

Danish Shipowners' Association

Thermo King

Matrix Ship Management Ltd

Ardmore Shipping

Chelsea Technologies

Port of Bridgwater

Dan Bunkering

TMA Bulk Pool

West P&I

All About Shipping

Transbasin Limited

GoodFuels

Campbell Johnston Clark

Panama Canal

Turkish Chamber of Marine Engineers

Maersk

Ardmore Shipping

MacGregor Greece Ltd

CalMac Ferries Ltd

Maran Gas Maritime

WIS-Denmark

Britannia

UN CEFACT

Womaritime Experts

Equality Check

Massterly

Navis

University of the Aegean

BLOC

Alcott Global

Primary audience

C-Suite, MD, Director – 24%

Senior Manager, Manager – 17%

HR Officer, Talent Manager, Recruitment & Training – 15%

Other – 10%

Officer – 9%

Head of Crewing, Fleet Development – 3%

Operations, DPA Support – 3%

Underwriter, Claims Adviser – 3%

Harbour Master, Captain – 2%

"The event is eye opening. It leaves with more answers than questions. It helps you realise how many women all over the world, who are so different, struggle with the same issues in the maritime industry. After attending this conference, I left with hope that a change will come.”

– Sisangile Nduna, PhD Research, Universiteit Antwerpen CST

Primary market

Cruise Operators – 11%

Shipowners & Operators – 11%

Equipment & Technology Providers – 10%

Ship Management – 8%

Crew Recruitment & Training – 8%

Finance & Insurance – 8%

Legal – 7%

Other – 7%

Maritime Associations – 5%

Government Authorities – 5%

Engineering & Ship Design – 5%

Academia – 3%

Oil & Gas Operators – 3%

NGO – 2%

Media & PR – 2%

Who should join us and why


Women, naturally
Women, naturally

Whether you work on board, or on shore, in ship operations, the commercial department, Marine HR or maritime law; whether you’re a CEO, a Captain, a Policy maker or aspire to be one, because you will personally benefit from it.

Men
Men

Whether it’s because you work alongside women, or with women to help develop their careers, or simply because it’s and interesting event where you will gain some really useful knowledge and make some great connections.

Owners and operators
Owners and operators

Because your business depends on your ability to innovate and adapt and as such, attracting and retaining new talent should be on the radar.


Policy makers and regulators
Policy makers and regulators

Because you bear the responsibility of shaping the future if the industry.

Academia and educators
Academia and educators

Because it all starts with you and you are shaping the future of this industry.

Industry suppliers
Industry suppliers

Because oftentimes, the best, most innovative ideas come from you – the companies that innovate and change the industry by bettering the tools we use and improving the way things are done.