June 17, 2015.
The California sustainable seafood business competition Fish 2.0 is seeing its pool of competitors double in size since its inaugural 2013 competition, in the run up to this year's November event.
CARMEL, CA, July 16, 2015.
A diverse group of 69 promising seafood businesses has moved on to the semifinal round of Fish 2.0, a global business competition that connects sustainable fishing and aquaculture businesses with potential investors.
Presenter: Molly Solomon
(Molly Solomon of HPR Hawaii interviewed Monica Jain and Local l'a in Hawaii about seafood traceability. Local l'a was a Fish 2.0 semi-finalist in the 2013 competition)
If you’ve ever been curious about where and how the...
David Bank, June 18, 2015.
ImpactAlpha.com-The hook is baited, and private-equity and venture-capital fund managers are reeling in capital to finance next-generation fish-farming enterprises across the country and around the world.
David Bank, June 15, 2015.
Fish 2.0, the sustainable seafood business competition, is seeking judges and advisors to help identify the standout ventures that will present their business plans to investors and industry leaders at the...
Invest with Values.
Impact Alpha, June 14, 2015.
Fish 2.0, the sustainable seafood business competition, is seeking judges and advisors to help identify the standout ventures that will present their business plans to investors and industry...
Monica Jain, June 13, 2015.
I've been thinking a lot about tuna lately.
It's an important fish in a number of ways: Canned tuna accounted for about 16 percent of all of seafood consumed by Americans in 2013, and today it's the third...
Kristin Rechberger, June 11, 2015.
Do you value the ocean? Many would say they love it, relating memories of a deserved vacation, carefree summer times, or the taste of their favorite fish. But exactly how much do you value it?
RSF Social Finance.
Megan Mendenhall, June 2, 2015.
We’re excited to report that this year’s Fish 2.0 competition for sustainable seafood businesses, which RSF is supporting, attracted 170 entrants from around the world.
That’s fantastic news for...
Aquaculture North America.
Erich Luening, May/June 2015.
In an effort to combine her early education in marine biology and her later work with a business degree and several years in venture capital and financial banking, Monica Jain has come up...
Catherine Elton, May 21, 2015.
A San Francisco startup’s tracking system for seafood is helping Chilean fishermen earn more
For decades, José Barrios has made a living pulling flounder and abalone out of the frigid waters off...
Good Catch Blog.
Ret Talbot, May 20, 2015.
The Fish 2.0 competition for sustainable seafood businesses is a global business competition that has attracted 170 entrants this year. The global competition connects sustainable fishing and aquaculture...
Jeanine Stewart, May 18, 2015.
MONTEREY, California -- Food is becoming the epicenter of the growing responsible investment movement in the San Francisco Bay area's Silicon Valley, panelists said during the impact investing...
Monica Jain, May 6, 2015.
When I started Fish 2.0, many investors, foundations, and even seafood experts said it would be difficult to get more than 50 entries in a competition for sustainable seafood businesses. They were not...
May 5, 2015.
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DIPNOTE U.S. Department of State Official Blog.
Judith Cefkin, April 24, 2015.
The negative impacts of climate change are all too common in the Pacific Islands. Islands face a real threat of sea level rise and are increasingly vulnerable to...
Maura Dilley, April 16, 2015.
A Fish 2.0 workshop in Fiji last month to explore ways to develop the South Pacific’s fishing industry was interrupted by a staggering object lesson: the devastation of Vanuatu by Super Cyclone Pam.
CARMEL, CA, April 16, 2015.
Rabobank, Costco, Pentair and Fish Vet Group are the latest to offer premium prizes to finalists in seafood business competition—entries are due April 27.
Some the biggest, best-known and most respected players in the...
April 15, 2015.
Driving business growth while creating positive environmental and social change might seem a bold endeavour, but the team at Fish 2.0 not only believe it can be done, they’ve created the forum to make it happen.
National Geographic Ocean Views.
Monica Jain, April 14, 2015.
I’ve been thinking a lot about tuna lately.
It’s an important fish in a number of ways: Canned tuna accounted for about 16 percent of all of seafood consumed by Americans in 2013, and...