Following their presentation at last year's installment of SuperyachtDESIGN Week, the President and CEO of the Royal Falcon Fleet (RFF) Mr M A Zaman will be on hand throughout the event to discuss their innovative ideas and offer his advice and opinions on the superyacht industry and the emerging markets he is currently working with.
A man of varied talents, Zaman began his career as a commercial pilot before serving the Kinnevik Group of Sweden as a Senior Executive for over 15 years in the telecommunications and broadcasting field. Now at RFF, he has managed to bring together a who's who in the list of luxury yachting: Porsche Design, Kockums, Greenline, MTU and Imtech, in order to complete the debut model of RFF 135 by Porsche Design.
The charismatic and opinionated Zaman will sit in discussion with The Superyacht Group Chairman, Martin H Redmayne and be offering his advice as a previous outsider to the industry, how he has seen things change during his involvement and the multitude of ways we could be stretching our net even further abroad. Whether you're a designer, shipyard representative, owner, broker or crewmember, this enlightening session aims to inject some passion back into the industry.
Mr Zaman will deliver the opening keynote address on day two of the event, 25 June from 10:00 - 11:30
To be part of this key event please contact Suzie Hine by emailing email@example.com or calling +44 (0)207 801 1014.
We would like to thank our sponsors for this event: Gold Level: Awlgrip, Blohm+Voss; Silver: Clyde & Co Jonathan Fawcett and Kevin Glancy; and Bronze: AIM Yacht Interiors, Decored, Heirlooms, MyYachtMyMusic and OceanLED.
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