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Shipping shouldn’t be the ‘international industry of mystery’!

A need for greater visibility, not only for the activities of the maritime industry but also the routes of access for young professionals wanting to enter the business, was the message of panellists at last week’s Shipping Professional Network London (SPNL) event “Showcasing the Next Generation in Shipping”.
The evening attracted some 250 professionals from across the international maritime community who were in London for LISW15. The formal part of the evening drew together attendees for an impassioned discussion focusing on the next generation of the shipping industry, this was followed by networking of a distinctly British-flavour.

Austin Powers ‘International Man of Mystery’ was among the entertainment line-up delighting guests, a George Michael look-a-like featured on the mic, injecting a sense of fun and ‘British-ness’ into the event, undoubtedly LISW15’s ‘grooviest, baby’!

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