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Dubai Maritime Agenda

Following the successful launch in 2015, the Dubai Maritime Agenda returns for the third edition as part of UAE Maritime Week 2019 on Sunday 22 September at The Madinat Jumeirah, Dubai, UAE. 

Organised by Dubai Maritime Cluster Office (DMCO) in cooperation with Dubai Maritime City Authority (DMCA), the Dubai Maritime Agenda 2019 is expected to attract high-profile government officials, industry professionals, regional and international experts as well as shipowners and operators from the region.

Develop your career by gaining CPD points towards your professional maritime qualifications

CPD (Continuing Professional Development)

If you’re studying for a professional maritime qualification, you can gain CPD points by attending Dubai Maritime Agenda 2019. Each conference session is CPD-accredited, meaning that you can continue to build on your professional development throughout the event.

What is CPD?

CPD (Continuing Professional Development) refers to the process of tracking and documenting the skills, knowledge and experience you gain beyond any past training courses you have taken, and with time pressure an ever-greater problem for maritime professionals, benefit from your time spent away at the event from one of the most affordable ways of gaining expert accredited training towards your professional development.

Maximise your time away at Dubai Maritime Agenda by not only learning and networking with the industry’s key innovators, but by boosting your own career development as well.

| Discover

Our extensive conference programme offers you an opportunity to hear all about the latest insights and innovations with industry heavyweights from around the globe.

| Where?

Agenda will be held at Jumeirah Mina A'Salam, Madinat Jumeirah, which is accessibility-friendly to Dubai Media City, Dubai Internet City, Palm Jumeirah and Dubai Marina.

| 2017 Key Features

The 2017 Agenda featured a number of exciting sessions, including Future of Shipping Technologies, Finance for Shipping and Maritime Clustering.