Baltic Exchange and Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers Lectures
For the fourth year the Baltic Exchange and Institute of
Chartered Shipbrokers present a series of lectures intended to
support and develop those working in chartering and operations.
Taking place every other month and including lunch where
appropriate, lectures are free to employees at Baltic and ICS
The series is aimed at supporting those developing careers in
shipping and encouraging better advocacy across a future generation
of industry leaders and is supported by all the major broking
houses and a wide cross-section of principals.
Baltic Exchange and Institute of Chartered
Shipbrokers lectures restart in September 2020 with a new format to
benefit all our Members
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
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
Do you have local maritime groups that might want to be part of
promoting these lectures, and in exchange be able to register a
limited group of their members and employers to attend?
Please see below the dates and topics that we are willing to
arrange for our members.
At the end of last cycle of lectures, as you will remember, we
had to move our events online. We received good feedback and
therefore we are confident that this new formula will still
constitute a viable alternative, till we are able to resume our
traditional face-to-face sessions.
So, looking ahead to the next series of lectures, and on the
basis that they will be online, we want to suggest a way of pooling
our resources and speakers together for the next lectures and
co-host these with other centres.
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
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
We look forward to welcoming you at the next lecture.
For more info about the series please feel free to email
Eleonora Modde: firstname.lastname@example.org