Looking to find out more about the latest trends in the boating sphere? From the challenges facing the international scene to local innovations, don't miss this opportunity to get up to date.
Discover the latest on sustainability issues, digitalisation andsmart marinas, and EU Funds relevant to the marine sector. Learn more about the institutions that are driving change. Most importantly, find out how you can get involved.
This web conference aims to explain the current international, national and regional nautical ecosystem, whilst building and strengthening alliances in the nautical sector. Aimed primarily at people in the Canary Islands, the speakers will set out some of the sector's key challenges and opportunities and describe the work by different groups to advance more sustainable, productive, and collaborative practices.
Join José Luis Fayos and the Maritime Cluster of the Canary Islands team online on Thursday 5 May from 12:00 - 13:00
(Please note that the talks will be given in Spanish only)
Trends & Opportunities in the International Nautical Sector - José Luís Fayos
Ecosistema náutico internacional y nacional
- EBI / ICOMIA / PIANC / ANEN
Retos y oportunidades en el sector
- Cambios pos-COVID
- Digitalización y “Smart Marinas”
- La nueva Ley de Navegación Marítima
- Fondos EU
El Congreso Náutico
La náutica deportiva regional y barreras para su competitividad: Clúster Marítimo de Canarias
- Proyectos realizados en Canarias – resumen y conclusiones.
About José Luís Fayos:
Founder of Global Management Consultoría Náutica, José Luis Fayos is also Technical Advisor with ANEN (Asociación Nacional de Empresas Náuticas), member of the ICOMIA Marine Committee and vice-president of the ICOMIA Sustainability Committee.
He is an engineer and has spoken in a wide variety of forums and seminars on nautical matters and in particular on marina design and management. With more than 15 years' experience in the nautical sector, José Luís works on design, planning and management projects for nautical facilities and marinas at an international level, as well as carrying out audits of marinas and courses on emergencies, the environment and management of nautical companies.