Thank you, London!

If you had the chance to attend this year’s London Boat Show, maybe you had the pleasure of running into two excited Seaflex Sales Executives? Representing Seaflex this year was Robin Wilhelmsson and our newest addition to the salesforce, Vasile Bazarschi. With 347 exhibitors and a thrilling 52 000 visitors, they had their hands full trying to meet as many people as possible!

Seaflex’ ambition this coming year is to try to include even more exhibitions and shows into the schedule of our Sales Executives, since we know that the best way to interact with customers and explain the benefits of SEAFLEX is to do it face-to-face. London Boat Show is the first of many exhibitions that have made a comeback in our permanent exhibition schedule which we are planning to add to the website later this year.

Of course, if you want to meet us outside a prescheduled travel opportunity, feel free to contact us and we will get in touch as soon as possible – and maybe even stop by for a visit!

The London Boat Show is held each January at the ExCeL Exhibition Centre in London. It is organised by National Boat Shows, which is a subsidiary of the British Marine Federation. Read more about the show at the official website.

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