A new breed of yacht, jet and luxury property owner is significantly changing the way luxury assets are being used. With the next generation coming into larger fortunes than ever experienced before, be it due to inheritance or through building their own tech business empires, the trends they set in motion will have a big impact on the luxury industries.
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When we talk about superyacht sustainability, there`s a tendency to think of engines and diesel fuel, but there`s a lot more to it with design playing a critical role. “Future-proofing means anticipating what’s coming down the road and determining ways to minimize the all too-common `I didn’t see that coming` reaction, and its resulting stress on business,” says Diane Byrne, Owner Megayachtnews.com, who will be moderating the panel discussion at the Superyacht Sustainable Design webinar.
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With the hospitality industries reporting difficulties in finding staff in the post-COVID world, it got us wondering about crew recruitment and retention within the superyacht industry.
Are we attracting and retaining the best people? How important are salary and benefits to crew? And what role do factors like leadership play in improving crew retention?
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Ahead of the Opportunities in Business Jets and Opportunities in Superyachts conferences taking place in Malta on the 23rd and 24th March, Lorna Titley caught up with representatives from participating organisations to gain their insights into the impact of COVID and the future for their industries.
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The Superyacht Sustainable Design Webinar will build on our company`s impressive track record of running international conferences for over 16 years. Prior to the COVID lockdown, Quaynote staged a number of leading annual events, such as Opportunities in Superyachts and Opportunities in Business Jets, twin conferences now in their 9th year and due to take place in Malta during March, 2022.
The one hour Webinar taking place on the 19th January at 3pm UK/4pm CET/10am EST will discuss the following topics:
How can we future-proof yacht design to make it more sustainable?
What role do the choice of materials and interiors play?
What is the designer`s influential role in ensuring sustainability?
Will future Owners be asking for sustainable yachts? How can we work with clients to promote sustainability?
What challenges do refitting projects pose to maintaining sustainability goals over product lifecycle?
Sponsorship opportunities: Interested in becoming the Official Sponsor for this influential webinar? We are looking for a service-provider that is leading the way on achieving sustainability goals to sponsor and support the Superyacht Sustainable Design webinar. This is the perfect platform to highlight your company`s role as thought-leaders in the discussion regarding this hot industry topic. To find out more about associating your company name and brand with the Superyacht Sustainable Design webinar, contact email@example.com
The Superyacht Sustainable Design Webinar is expected to attract 100+ senior level international attendees, from Yacht Builders, Designers, Brokers, Lawyers and Corporate Service Providers to Owners` representatives, Captains, Yacht Managers, Family Offices, Associations, Marinas, Refitters and anyone with a vested interest in sustainable superyacht ownership, management or operations.
We are delighted to announce a new Quaynote conference, Improving Yacht Crew Retention – planned for Thursday, 10th March, 2022 in Nice, France.
You can above for the early bird rate of 295 euros. In addition, we have a limited number of free delegate passes for Superyacht Captains and Senior Crew – email firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
With MLC legislation placing increased obligations on employers and the need for skilled, professional crew becoming more recognised, Improving Yacht Crew Retention will focus on retaining the best yacht crew through first-class benefits and pension provision, MLC compliance and training.
Targeting captains, yacht managers, crew, yacht managers, lawyers, corporate service providers, family offices, payroll companies, insurance brokers, tax advisors, relocation companies, training companies, Improving Crew Retention will provide an essential guide for anyone affected by crew retention or legislative compliance.
Key issues to be covered at Improving Yacht Crew Retention include:
How can we attract and retain the best people to the industry?
What is the role of leadership in determining crew retention?
What role does training play in crew retention?
Tax income: How to give first support to the crew?
What is the impact of the MLC and local law implementation?
What other crew welfare issues are covered by MLC?
What does the long-term future look like for crew retention?
Pensions: how can we assist crew in preparing for their future?
We are ensuring that all our events comply with best practice and will be following all the latest covid guidance for our events.
For information about travel to France and Covid information during your stay you can find all the latest information here Travel Information for France
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