A week dedicated to exploring opportunities and development in the maritime industry

June 25 - 28
Constanta, Romania

In its third edition, the event spans an entire week, evolving from the successes of the previous two editions. Maritime Business Week promises to be an engaging journey, aiming to unite opinion leaders, professionals, and innovators from the maritime business sector. This comprehensive event will feature both the seminar on free trade agreements and the networking dinner, providing ample opportunities for discussion, learning, and collaborative efforts to shape the future of the industry.


sea talks

An environment where industry leaders and recruitment companies come together to share essential insights and practical advice. The event will host a career fair and thematic conferences.

Tomis Maritime Expo

Explore the forefront of maritime innovation at Tomis Maritime Expo, showcasing shipbuilding, propulsion systems, electrical technology, and comprehensive maritime services for shipowners, pleasure craft, fishing, and aquaculture.


Engage with industry leaders at the Maritime Business Week conferences covering global maritime trends, cybersecurity, risk management, insurance, and free trade agreements.

Maritime Business Dinner

This will conclude the series of events in the Maritime Business Week, offering attendees an excellent opportunity for interaction within a festive but relaxed setting, specific to an elitist business dinner.

Discover the port of constanta

The ports of Constanta (with Constanta zone and Midia zone) and Mangalia and also the Tomis Marina are public-private maritime ports owned by the Romanian State which is responsible for their regulation and function. The National Company “Maritime Ports Administration” S.A. Constanta (MPA) is a company under the authority of the Ministry of Transports and Infrastructure.

the Organizer

Constanta Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Shipping and Agriculture (CCINA Constanta) is an autonomous, legal entity, non-governmental, public utility, apolitical, non-patrimonial, nonprofit organization, with the aim to represent, support and enhance the interests of its members and those of the business community, regarding relations with public authorities, domestic and foreign entities. CCINA Constanta support and promote the best interests of the business community in the Constanta county, acting as an ambassador and playing an influential role in creating and sustaining an environment in which free-trade and investment flourishes.

CCINA Constanta is the ideal organizer for this event, boasting over 30 years of experience in hosting events and fairs.

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Maritime Business Week is an European Maritime Day in My Country event

EMD in My Country events aim to raise awareness about the importance of the oceans and seas and to engage the public, particularly young people. The objective is for people to realize that activities at sea (coastal tourism, fishing, sailing, shipping, offshore renewable energy, aquaculture etc.) are key for the EU’s citizens and economies. The European Maritime Day in My Country events are the public side of the European Maritime Day, the annual event organized by the European Commission during which the Europe’s maritime community is invited to network, discuss and outline action on maritime affairs.