Calling all members of the dive industry! A packed schedule awaits at the GO Diving Show Trade Day on Friday 4 March 2022. Supported by the Scuba Industries Trade Association (SITA), it is only open to those working within the diving industry or special invite-only guests – the GO Diving Show Trade Day should be on your ‘must-visit’ list for 2022!
The main exhibition hall will be open from 12noon to 5pm, giving you the chance to chat business-to-business with training agencies, manufacturers, retailers, specialist tour operators, resorts, dive centres and liveaboards.
There will also be a range of presentations on the Main Stage, including several ‘trade-talks’ by Rosemary Lunn sponsored by SITA, as well as an introduction to the new hardware range from progressive dive manufacturer Fourth Element.
Book trade day tickets
To validate your ticket, you need to be a professional diver with a valid certification of PADI Divemaster and above (or equivalent), or work for a dive manufacturer, distributor or small dive business owner. If you’re unsure if you can attend, send your credentials to: email@example.com for validation before purchasing your tickets.
To book your tickets for the GO Diving Show Trade Day, head to the website and hit the ‘tickets’ button. Trade-Only Day tickets are just £10.
Trade day – Main Stage talks
12.30pm-12.45pm What is the value of dry-diving? Why a chamber dive is good for your divers, and will help your bottom line. (sponsored by SITA)
1.45pm-2pm The new diver medical. What’s it all about? Why it is important for all pros to be aware of this key documentation? (sponsored by SITA)
2.15pm-2.30pm IPO. What is it? Why do you need to know about it? (sponsored by SITA)
3.30pm-3.45pm How can you engage your divers in an economical manner, and inspire them to do more UK diving? (sponsored by SITA)
4.30pm-4.45pm Grants and scholarships for your divers – what’s out there? (sponsored by SITA)
GO Diving Show Trade Day speaker: Rosemary Lunn
Dive Industry fixer Rosemary E Lunn (Roz) established TEKDiveUSA and organized Rebreather Forum 3 on behalf of AAUS, DAN and PADI.
In 2008, Rosemary co-founded EUROTEK, the European advanced and technical diving biennial conference. She organized the last six events in 2008, 2010, 2012, 2014, 2016 and 2018.
Prior to working in scuba public relations, she taught diving as a professional recreational instructor in the United Kingdom and abroad. In addition Rosemary worked on History Channel and National Geographic documentaries, and as a safety diver.
Roz is an Associate Member of the Women Divers of Fame, and an SSI Platinum Diver. She actively serves the diving industry and sits on the SITA (Scuba Industries Trade Association) and BDSG (British Diving Safety Group) Boards.