Volvo Penta to sponsor Boat Builder Awards
Volvo Penta is to sponsor the International Distributor or Dealer Development category at the 2019 Boat Builder Awards in association with Raymarine.
The International Distributor or Dealer Development award recognises individuals or who have generated significant growth of their business by expanding their network or by strengthening relationships with existing networks.
“Volvo Penta is proud to be sponsoring an award, which recognises leadership within the boating industry,” said Johan Inden, head of Volvo Penta’s marine leisure segment and president of Volvo Penta region Europe.
“Advancements in international distribution and dealer development are essential to helping the industry grow. We look forward to seeing what success cases for business growth are presented by the nominees in this category,” he added.
Joining Volvo Penta, performance fabrics company, Sunbrella, has announced it will be sponsoring the after-dinner drinks at the awards’ gala dinner. It brings to 11 the number of sponsors that have so far signed up for this fifth edition of the awards that are set to take place at the National Maritime Museum in Amsterdam in November.
The Boat Builder Awards, organised jointly by IBI and METSTRADE, are a major showcase in the industry’s calendar. Around 400 guests are expected to attend the gala dinner that will take place on the first Tuesday evening of METSTRADE.
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