Recreational boating and its ecosystem: stakeholders

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 Participants at the Round Table: "Recreational boating and its ecosystem: stakeholders"

Participants at the Round Table: “Recreational boating and its ecosystem: stakeholders”

Capt. Antonio M. Padrón y Santiago, “IMO Maritime Ambassador” and Maritime Authority of Tenerife, attended the IV NAUTICAL CONGRESS organized by the National Association of Nautical Companies (ANEN) in Barcelona, taking part in the round table entitled: “Recreational boating and its ecosystem: stakeholders “

ANEN (National Association of Nautical Companies) is the representative organization of the nautical (recreational boating) sector in Spain. Currently it includes more than ninety percent of the industry and companies dedicated to the recreational sector in Spain, as well as various regional associations.
Defend the rights of its members and the whole sector facing public authorities and get the best administrative legal, tax, labor to promote the development of nautical sector are the pillars that inspire ANEN mission.
Since its establishment in 2006, with its active presence in major national and international maritime forums has gained the support of the main institutions in recreational boating. Many of the great challenges of the national marine industry have come true fruit of the intense institutional work of ANEN.
IMO Maritime Ambassador with a group of students of the Master in Law, Maritime Business and Port Management of the Polytechnic University of Catalonia (UPC), Congress attendees

IMO Maritime Ambassador with a group of students of the Master in Law, Maritime Business and Port Management of the Polytechnic University of Catalonia (UPC), Congress attendees

In Spain, the Association is a full member of the Spanish Confederation of Business Organizations (CEOE) and the Council of the Sea of ​​the CEOE, the Spanish Maritime Cluster (CME) and the INNOVAMAR foundation.

Internationally, ANEN is integrated in EBI (European Boating Industry) and ICOMIA (International Council of Marine Industry Associations), most representative of recreational boating in Europe and worldwide organizations.
Members of ANEN are: regional nautical associations, national shipyards, importers and exporters, Sailing schools, marinas and nautical ports, sectorial newspapers, Boat Shows, charter companies, insurance companies, etc.
The theme of the Congress was “Nautical Ecosystem: Projecting into the future” in order to give visibility to the evolution of the Spanish sailing in the last 10 years and offer a complete view of changes in business and the sectorial industrial model, with particular attention to: nautical entrepreneurship, new consumer profiles and new forms of consumption.
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