Cruise Shipping Miami Launches New Website


Cruise Shipping Miami, the international exhibition and conference serving the cruise industry, has launched its new website,

The revamped website was designed to enhance the visitor experience with an easy-to-navigate layout and will serve as the year-round online destination for all 2010 events, including Cruise Shipping Miami 2010, taking place on March 15-18, virtual tradeshows, and webinars. The new interactive site will feature a virtual floor plan and searchable product database which will allow visitors to source products before the live event, plan their visit, and create a personal profile. The site also enables the visitors an easy and secure way to register for the conference program, view streaming videos, download speech transcripts, and make hotel reservations. Social media links are also embedded throughout the site so that visitors can share Cruise Shipping Miami news and information with others on sites such as Linked In and Twitter.

"Cruise Shipping Miami is committed to adhering to its greening policy in providing sustainable solutions for the event and its exhibitors," said Michael Kazakoff, vice president of UBM International Media. "The new site provides several eco-friendly initiatives including the ability to download show brochures and online Exhibitor Manual, which in past years were printed. It also includes valuable Green Exhibiting Tips for exhibiting companies."

Cruise Shipping Miami includes a four-day conference and three-day tradeshow at the Miami Beach Convention Center

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