Baltic & the Institute restart lecture series

  • Date Wednesday, September 16, 2020
  • Venue This lecture will be held online


Baltic Exchange and Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers lectures restart September 2020 with a new format to benefit all our Members worldwide.

We are delighted to announce the restart of our Baltic Exchange and Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers lectures in September.  We are incredibly proud that this series has now reached the fourth cycle and both organisations were keen to continue with this project as we see the interest of hundreds of members for each of our dates.

We are also thrilled to report that in some locations, the local maritime groups of young shipping professionals have offered their support to our series, and are excited to sign up selected groups of their own members.  This curiosity from groups of younger maritime people shows us the usefulness of these lectures, as long as we ensure we protect these as part of our benefits to members.


Details and registration for the 16 September Lecture

How the Digital Revolution is affecting shipping markets; what's in store

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Here for the ASIA-Pacific

Lead by Tim Polson, Business Development Manager @ Klaveness Digital


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Here for EMEA-Americas

Speaker from Signal Maritime, Semiramis Assimakopoulou VP of Sales & Ioannis Psarros VP Commercial Operations


On each chosen date for every session, we will be running two sessions worldwide (and no longer one for every centre); one lecture for the Asia-Pacific region and one for the EMEA region.

In this way, all our Members worldwide will have the option to join any of the two lectures, choosing the preferred one according to the more suitable time.

We look forward to welcoming you at the next lecture.


For the full list of date and topics please check our main Lectures page.


This lecture will be held online

Contact for Event

For more info about the series please feel free to email Eleonora Modde: e.modde@ics.org.uk