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The MSI Conference is the only large international conference in India entirely dedicated to maritime and naval security

- The MSI Conference is the only large international conference in India entirely dedicated to maritime and naval security, and part of the MSI 2008 exhibition

- Dedicated to the requirements of Indian and international end users and buyers including shipping companies, governments, navies, ports and coast guards

- Demonstrating the latest innovations from international and Indian prime & subcontractors, system integrators, ISR and other maritime and maritime security solution providers

- An outstanding opportunity for information exchange and networking, with over 16 expert speakers and over 150 senior officials and executives in attendance.

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MEANINGFUL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITIES: being the only large international maritime and naval security event in India, you will be able to showcase your solutions to one of the largest single international gatherings of end users and buyers of maritime and naval security-related solutions - including the most senior executives and officials from shipping companies; navies; ports; coast guards; governments and key global maritime associations.

PROFILING AS A CREDIBLE SOLUTION PROVIDER: your organisation can ensure that it is seen and counted amongst the most credible suppliers of pertinent industry solutions for this burgeoning sector, not just at MSI 2008, but throughout the year-long build-up to the event.

EARLY MOVER ADVANTAGE: whilst MSI is international in focus – with many international buyers, end users and solution providers in attendance – the event’s host nation, India, is widely regarded to be one of the most important emerging markets within the global maritime industry. As an MSI exhibitor, you will have the best possible promotional and networking platform to serve and access this burgeoning market, both for business development, and for forming important new partnerships with established local firms.

FOCUSED, HIGH-LEVEL NETWORKING FUNCTIONS: with an exclusive media evening and exhibitors’ reception, a gala dinner and numerous other focused networking events, all key members of your company’s delegation - from business development executives to country managers and global CXOs - will find at least one additional meaningful networking opportunity beyond the exhibition itself.

WORLD-CLASS EXHIBITION INFRASTRUCTURE: as an international exhibitor promoting cuttingedge solutions, you have every reason to expect world-class exhibition facilities. Not only is the chosen venue for this event – India Expo Centre Expo XXI – arguably India’s finest modern exhibition centre, it is also extremely well-connected to the heart of New Delhi.

THOUGHT LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES: if you are an industry leader and wish to take your involvement in MSI 2008 beyond exhibiting alone, numerous meaningful sponsorship opportunities exist for your organisation, including at the event’s high level Leadership Summit, Seminar and associated networking events.

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