IFBSO Executive Committee

President: Goetz-Ulf Jungmichel, DSV (German Sailing Association)

Vice President: Irene Dros, Amsterdam RAI, METS

Treasurer: Bengt Wallin, Batmässan-Göteborg Boat Show

Past President: position vacant

Committee members:

Murray Ellis, London and Southampton International Boat Shows (British Marine)

Jerry Flaxman, Atlantic City In Water Power Boat Show

Helena Gao, China (Shanghai) International Boat Show

Domenic Genua, Sydney International Boat Show (BIA)

Dirk Kreidenweiss, Interboot International Watersports Exhibition

Jennifer Thompson, Miami International Boat Show (NMMA)

Hanse Thorslund, Stockholm International Boat Show

Rens-Jan van Vliet, Amsterdam RAI, METS

Secretary General: Renate Maddocks-Born


Past presidents:

1963-1964: Jose M. Maso (Spain)

1964-1966: Gerard de Vries Lentsch (Netherlands)

1966-1968: Gosta Smith (Sweden)

1968-1970: Hans Joachim Hoerenz (Germany)

1970-1972: Leo Blattner (Switzerland)

1972-1974: Juan Antonio Samaranch (Spain)

1974-1976: Harold D. Shield (Canada)

1976-1980: Otto P.W. Huni (Germany)

1981-1983: Henri Bourdereau (France)

1983-1984: Lars Holo (Norway)

1985-1986: Rodolph Huser (Switzerland)

1986-1988: J. Salvat (Spain)

1988-1990: Jan Evensen (Norway)

1990-1992: Abdul-Rahman Adib (Germany)

1992-1994: Wim van der Loo (Netherlands)

1994-1995: David Hough (UK)

1996-1998: Nelson B. Wold (USA)

1998-2000: Erik Radstrom (Sweden)

2000-2001: Jean-Daniel Compain (France)

2001-2003: Jerry Flaxman (USA)

2003-2005: Martin Greve (Germany)

2005-2006: Paul Streeter (UK)

2006-2008: Bengt Wallin (Sweden)

2008-2011: Andrew Williams (UK)

2011-2013: Jurij Korenc (Slovenia)

News

IFBSO/ICOMIA 2017 Congress

12th June 2017

After three full days of meetings, seminars, workshops and events, members of IFBSO (International Federation of Boat Show Organisers) who travelled to Australia’s beautiful Gold Coast to attend the annual ICOMIA/IFBSO congress have j...
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Australia's Gold Coast is calling

12th May 2017

At the beginning of the year the global leisure boat market was set to experience favourable growth driven by factors such as increasing urban population, decreasing fuel prices, and global economic development. Further, the scope of growth...
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