The Oceanology International 50th Anniversary Edition

To celebrate Oceanology International’s 50th anniversary, Oceanology International will collaborate with Marine Technology Reporter to produce a commemorative edition in celebration of 50 years of Oceanology International.




Reach the industry’s most influential audience –
make sure you are included in the
Oceanology International’s 50
th Anniversary Edition!

To celebrate Oceanology International’s 50th anniversary, Oceanology International will collaborate with Marine Technology Reporter to produce a commemorative edition in celebration of 50 years of Oceanology International.

This unique marketing opportunity is will only be available at the industry’s most respected event and the industry’s largest and only audited publication.  12,000 printed editions will be distributed at Oceanology International 2020 and mailed with the Oceanology edition of Marine Technology Reporter, reaching the most influential and targeted audience in the industry's.


Oceanology 50
th Anniversary
Exclusive Magazine

Celebrate 50 Years in the Commemorative Publication

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The Oceanology International 50th Anniversary Edition will feature:

  1. A History of the industry’s leading event: Launched in Brighton in 1969, the first event took place during a boom in the oil and gas industry, the event is now held on three continents as the leading global event for the marine science and ocean technology community. Oceanology International is a unique opportunity for exhibitors and visitors to meet, network, negotiate and conduct business under one roof.

  2. A unique look at the future - The special commemorative magazine will include outlook perspectives from some of the industry’s leading companies and executives.  Business will even have the opportunity to market their own technologies and advancements through content within the technical pages of the magazine.

  3. Underwater tech’s leading businesses - The Oi 50th Tech Pages will be a unique opportunity to reach the most influential buyers and readers in the industry. This special opportunity provides you with both content marketing and ad space together to make one full page.   Showcase your company’s latest achievements by directly integrating your content into news-like stories in the edition.

Make sure your company is part of the Oceanology 50th Anniversary.
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OR
For more information on featuring your company, please contact:
Rob Howard  howard@marinelink.com Tel: +1-561-732-4368

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