Media

IFBSO enjoys a media partnership with International Boat Industry in the UK and has negotiated special terms for advertising on its website, newsletter and magazine. IFBSO also supports the annual IBI Boat Show calendar which prominently features all IFBSO Show Members.

International Boat Industry (IBI) has been tracking the world’s leisure marine market for more than 45 years and today remains the only business magazine to investigate and analyse commercial developments in established and emerging leisure boating markets across the globe. Published seven times a year, IBI examines the boating industry on a country-by-country basis, uncovering market trends and reporting on the latest news and product developments.

Having monitored the boating business since 1968, IBI has an unrivalled long-term perspective to give professionals within the industry unparalleled insight into the workings and dynamics of this fast moving sector.

IBI is received by more than 12,000 senior managers and executives in boating industry companies in 120 countries. It is read by boatbuilders, marine equipment manufacturers, wholesalers/distributors, import/export agencies, yacht designers and naval architects, retailers and other service providers. Primarily a controlled circulation magazine, it’s sent free to bona fide marine leisure industry companies that specifically request to receive it.

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Press Releases

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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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