Aquaculture initiatives prioritised in sustainable seafood competition

  • Rob Fletcher
  • September 5, 2018

The search for projects that involve innovation in global aquaculture or help to kick-start the US aquaculture industry are two of the key strands of the 2018-2019 Fish 2.0 competition

The competition is run by Fish 2.0, the sustainable seafood innovation network, and this year’s version includes three global tracks, at least three regional tracks, broader eligibility, more opportunities for entrepreneurs to meet investors and partners, and a new online connection platform.

“The seafood sector is thoroughly reimagining products, supply chains, and technologies—much like the communications industry did after the iPhone—and it’s happening even faster than we expected,” says Fish 2.0 Executive Director Monica Jain.

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