NASF is the global interface between seafood trade, commercialization, policy, innovation and finance – giving key insights into the future
A Packed Seminar Programme at the 8th NASF Event
The North Atlantic Seafood Forum (NASF) is the world’s largest seafood business conference. NASF focuses on the key network between cutting edge innovation, technology, research, policy, finance, trade and commercialisation.
The 8th NASF conference in 2013 is an excellent opportunity to meet and interact with the leading world seafood operators, and other key participants, along with financial institutions from the world’s largest seafood capital market, all in the same venue.
In 2013, The North Atlantic Seafood Forum has an outstanding program, featuring more than 100 speakers in 10 seminars over 3 days, delivering real value to the delegates.
|This year FAO and IMR will organize a new NASF side event to take place at the conference hotel Tuesday March 5th, New eco system approach to fishing & the Nansen program
NASF welcomes back for the third time, 5 major European retailers to a unique seminar discussing consumer trends and the outlook for European retailing. This year NASF will also continue its seminars on the Salmon, White Fish and Pelagic sectors, along with the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) supported Sustainability Seminar.
A new feature is the “Marine Innovation Day” pre-conference seminar focusing on technical issues and cutting-edge themes for the aquaculture sector: “Global Aquaculture Solutions”. Another initiative is the “Global Fisheries Management and Policy” seminar involving key global participants.
| The conference is held over 3 days in the first week in March
Pareto is continuing the large investor and capital markets seminar involving the major stock exchange listed seafood company CEOs presenting their outlook.
About The North Atlantic Seafood Forum
The North Atlantic Seafood Forum draws the leading participants in cold-water seafood. The biggest international event of its kind, CEO's of leading seafood companies in Norway and internationally take part to network, share their insights, discuss threats and opportunities and compare notes.
| Following last year’s success, the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) is will be hosting a second Sustainability and Communications seminar at NASF 2013
A packed plenary/seminar programme, supplemented by social events, adds up to a unique networking opportunity, where delegates have time and space to meet and talk.
This year the conference will take place at the Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, centrally located at Bryggen in Bergen, Norway on March 5-7.
Margaret E.L. Stacey
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