MYP becomes M&YTR at IBEX

USA: The 2022 International Boatbuilders’ Exhibition and Conference (IBEX), set to take place in Tampa, Florida 27th-29th September, is transitioning its Marina & Yard Pavilion (MYP) to become an expanded Marina & Yard Trade Route (M&YTR).

Many exhibitors have an interest in being part of the MYP but are unable to change their show location. The trade route allows IBEX to give all marina and yard sector companies the same level of exposure, and gives IBEX visitors many more relevant companies to visit on all three levels of the convention centre.
Show organisers are optimistic that IBEX 2022 will prove a big success. “All early metrics indicate that IBEX will return to pre-pandemic numbers with exhibit space sold out. Our current hotel bookings have already surpassed 2019 and web views have increased significantly so we know visitor interest is very high,” said show director Anne Dunbar. “We have a terrific schedule of events to entertain and educate everyone who attends IBEX 2022.”
Details of the M&YTR will soon be available at


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