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H2O at BOOT 2010

H2O Magazine has just returned from a very successful time at BOOT 2013 in Dusseldorf where they were hosted on the HEPCA stand. Dr. Hossam Nasef, the Editor in Chief, and Mr. Shehata Amin, the Managing Director, were able to meet up with readers old and new.

 

It was a busy show and a very large number of the German Special Edition of the magazine was distributed. In the diving hall alone there were more than 320 exhibitors who welcomed with visitor numbers significantly increased from last year and exceeding expectations. The show is truly international with over 1 in 5 visitors attending from abroad. Many guests came to the HEPCA stand specially to collect their copies of H2O magazine, giving excellent feedback and commenting on the high quality of the publication. There will be a full report of the visit to BOOT 2010 in the next English edition of H2O which will be available in early March throughout the Red Sea area.

 

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