Donsö Shipping Meet provides a fantastic environment for making business contacts. With our “speed meeting” concept, it’s easy to see the worth of the time and money you have invested. Pre-booked meetings enable you to grow your network and bring in new opportunities, as well as meet with existing and potential contractors. All pre-booked meetings with exhibitors will be held in the exhibitor’s stands.
Pre-booked business meetings
September 7-8, 2021
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Pre-booked speed meetings with exhibitors
A wide range of exhibitors related to the maritime industry will gather on the island of Donsö for two days of fruitful networking and meetings with shipowners.
When you sign up for DSM2021 and make yourself available for speed meetings, the exhibitors will be able to choose your company for a pre-booked meeting. They also indicate what positions in the company they prefer to meet.
All meetings with exhibitors will be held in the exhibitor’s stands in the Exhibition Area. Each speed meeting will last for 20 minutes. Between each meeting there will be a 10-minute break.
This will give you time to finish off and get ready for your next meeting. We have listened to post-exhibition evaluations and adjusted our schedule to allow for more room between meetings and events.
Please note that it is vital for all shipping delegates to sign up in advance to enable us to draw up the best possible meeting schedule.
By the end of June 2021 (approx.) you will receive a preliminary schedule for your speed meetings by email.
The final speed meeting schedule will be distributed by mail in August and also made available in the DSM mobile app.
“As a longterm player in the marine industry Alfa Laval’s ambition is to be close to our customers. Donsö Shipping Meet is a forum which makes it possible for us to interact with the shipping community in order to understand the needs we wish to solve together. DSM has developed into the largest shipping event in the Swedish maritime market and really puts the island on the world map in shipping”