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Australia Track

Join Fish 2.0 in Australia if you are a seafood enterprise interested in growing your venture by meeting investors and new business and trade partners, or an investor or industry leader interested in the latest innovations in seafood.

  • Participate in the upcoming Brisbane Regional Forum as a business, investor or expert. See below.
  • Apply now to the online Readiness Assessment process. Sign up below.
Australia - Seafood Opportunties
  • ELIGIBILITY (Click for details)


    Apply to the Fish 2.0 Australia track events if you are a venture working on:  

    • Aquaculture production and technologies, including new fish feeds and disease control
    • Changing and improving seafood supply chains
    • New seafood products for consumers
    • Sustainable packaging and logistics, and reducing waste in seafood supply chains
    • Traceability and transparency
    • Wild capture fisheries and technologies supporting sustainability or fisher safety

    If you are still unsure of your eligibility, please email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . We love questions!


Regional Forum: Brisbane

Fish 2.0 will be holding a workshop and Regional Forum April 2-3, 2019, in Brisbane Australia. Pacific Island businesses will be invited to attend, and to pitch if they have qualified through the online Readiness Assessment by then.

Get details of this event:


Online "Readiness Assessment"

Please note that you do not need to attend a workshop/event to do the online Readiness Assessment.

If you plan on attending a workshop, we suggest you wait to do the online Readiness Assessment process afterwards.


The Australia track is made possible thanks to the support of:

The Fisheries Research and Development Corporation through investing in knowledge, innovation, and marketing aims to increase economic, social and environmental benefits for Australian fishing and aquaculture, and the wider community

We invite co-sponsors to join FRDC in support of this track and its events. Please This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to discuss this opportunity to help shape Australian sustainable seafood.

Local Partners

Melbourne Business School is the graduate business school of the University of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
Impact Investment Group is a leading Australian Impact Funds Manager and Co-Investor.

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