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Multihull Boat Show Summary 2016 EDITION

Multihull Boat Show Summary 2016 EDITION

More than 60 multihulls, 3500 sqm of exhibition, 17 000 visitors, 54% foreigners:

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  • – 45 % Northern Europe (Germany, United Kingdom, Sweden, Switzerland, Belgium, the Netherlands, Denmark, Austria, Finland)
  • – 20 % North + South America (US, Brazil, Mexico, the Caribbean zone, Argentina, Chile)
  • – 14.5% Southern Europe (Spain, Italy, Portugal)
  • – 7% Africa (Algeria, South Africa, Morocco, Tunisia, Egypt)
  • – 5.5% Eastern Europe (Russia, Ukraine, Estonia, Poland)
  • – 5.5% Oceania (NZ, Australia)
  • – 2.5% miscellaneous

Salon International du Multicoque (Multihull Boat Show)
Launched in 2010, the International Multihull Boat Show was built around a simple concept: showing multihulls afloat, in a dedicated place and in an exclusive manner.
Sources: multicoque-online.com | Facebook | Youtube
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Norberto Moreau is co-founder of the Allied Management Ltd Consulting Group (Hong Kong, United Kingdom, Spain). The group and his associates have activities in Yachting, Properties, Events and Online Services.
Activity with own Projects (70%) / Consulting (30%).

Norberto Moreau is available for Business Consulting worldwide at Fairs, Regattas etc.
⭐️ Deep knowledge in Public Relations, Press Media, Social Media.
⭐️ Experienced with consulting as temporary IT Officer, PR Officer, Press Officer, Social Media Officer.
⭐️ He understands how the key drivers relate to each other and work together.
⭐️ He is travel experienced and independent.
⭐️ Fluent in several languages for conferences, negotiations, contracts, journalistic article adaptations and social media.

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