- Study on new trends in globalisation in shipbuilding and marine supplies (11/8/2017)
MC Marketing Consulting was involved as a consortium partner in a comprehensive study on behalf of the European Commission. This study was entitled “Study on new trends in globalisation in shipbuilding and marine supplies - Consequences for European industrial and trade policy" and elaborated under the lead of BALance Technology Consulting from Germany (www.bal.eu) and in co-operation with Shipyard Economics (www.shipyardeconomics.com) from UK. The study was finished last year and has been published recently.
- Federal Cabinet adopted "Marine Agenda 2025" (12/1/2017)
The German Federal Cabinet adopted the 'Maritime Agenda 2025' - a strategic position paper with the guidlines of the future national maritime policy.
(The complete doccument can be downloaded here.)
- International Deep Sea Mining Confernece at December 13, 2016 (11/10/2016)
The Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy is organizing the “International Expert Conference on Deep Sea Mining”, that will take place on December 13, 2016 at the Permanent Representation of the Free Hanseatic City of Bremen in Berlin.
- German common booth at the Arctic Technology Conference - ATC 2015 (2/05/2015)
The next Arctic Technology Conference (ATC 2015) will take place at the end of March in Copenhagen. More than 150 technical lectures will be delivered during March 23-25, 2015. The lecture sessions will be accompanied by an exhibition with up to 100 expected international exhibitors.
MC Marketing Consulting will run an own German common booth "German Arctic Technology" at the show.
- Presentation of "Blue Atlantis" project approach in Brussels (01/15/2015)
The High Level Conference of the European Innovation Partnership (EIP) on Raw Materials was held on 13 January 2015 in Brussels. It was followed on the 14 January 2015 by a "Brockerage Event" on the Raw Materials relevant topics of Horizon 2020, the new EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation.
Several thematic sessions was held during the first day and a poster session will be organised to present ongoing commitments. On the following day potential stakeholders were provided with the opportunity to meet potential partners for future projects and obtained information on funding possibilities in the scope of Horizon 2020.
The DeepSea Mining Alliance (DSMA) as the project leader of the international project consortium delivered the präsentation of the "Blue Atlantis" project approach in Bussels.
- Third Business Offshore Conference (BOC) in February 2015 (11/18/2014)
The third Business Offshore Conference will take place on February 26th and 27th, 2015 in Hamburg.Top executives of the world’s foremost offshore and energy companies will give an overview of current and future global offshore activities in all major offshore fields from oil & gas to offshore wind energy. The conference is organised by the Hamburg based DVV Media Group.
- DeepSea Mining Alliance (DSMA) on a growth course (7/21/2014)
With the admission of additional members the DeepSee Mining Alliance (DSMA) association continues the course of growth. More than twenty national and international companies and institutions became members of the organisation. Among others the Keppel Offshore and Marine Technology Centre from Singapore as well as the Fraunhofer Society, the German Research Centre for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI) and the Eddelbüddel + Schneider GmbH (ContiTech) could be greeted as new members in the course of the month.
- Foundation of the “DeepSea Mining Alliance” association in Hamburg (4/16/2014)
The DeepSea Mining Alliance (DMA) association was founded on April 9th 2014 in Hamburg. Main objectives of the association are the preparation of commercial, technological and scientific projects on deep-sea mining as well as a better coordination of national and international activities on an environmentally friendly and sustainable exploration and exploitation of marine mineral resources. Furthermore the coordinated and balanced representation of interests regarding political, economic and societal aspects and problems will be considered. Founding members were 17 companies and institutions of the deepsea mining community.
- Comprehensive study on European marine supplies industry (4/4/2014)
A comprehensive marine supplies study on behalf of DG Enterprise and Industry of the European Commission was finished at the beginning of 2014 and has been published recently. This study was entitled “Competitive Position and Future Opportunities of the European Marine Supplies Industry” and elaborated under the lead of BALance Technology Consulting from Germany (www.bal.eu) and in co-operation with Shipyard Economics (www.shipyardeconomics.com) from UK. MC Marketing Consulting was also involved as a consortium partner.