Where Seafood Businesses and Investors Connect
A Pensacola oyster farmer is among the finalists in an international competition for seafood industry innovators.
If you’re a talented young data scientist scouting the next frontier, where do you go? If you’re a biotech pioneer hunting for new ways to apply
Vanuatu is one of three
THE "Blue Pacific" region is making waves through a global
WILMINGTON, N.C. -- Four North Carolina companies, including two with UNCW ties, are finalists who will present their ideas to promote a
Three Pacific Island countries are amongst the 40 finalists from across the globe to pitch to investors at the Fish 2.0 Innovation
If you’re a talented young data scientist scouting
Eight of the 40 companies to reach the finals of this year’s Fish 2.0 competition are involved in, or have links to, the culture of bivalves – a
Nutrition Technologies, Vietnam, PatBio Feed, Chile and Ynsect, France are among the feed and nutrition companies who have been shortlisted to pitch to investors Nov. 7–8 during the Fish
Just 40 companies remain in the US-based Fish 2.0 sustainable seafood competition and will pitch to investors, Nov. 7-8, at Stanford University, California, the organizers announced
FORTY companies have been named as finalists in this year’s Fish 2.0 competition, which aims to connect seafood businesses with
"The finalists—winnowed from an initial pool of 184 entrants—stand out for their "market traction, global character and high potential for impact on the seafood sector."
The seafood business has the potential to improve global food security, ocean sustainability, and the lives of locals, a forum has been told.
Founder of the Fish 2.0 project
Over the past five years, as I’ve built the Fish 2.0
Nick Mendoza, the founder and CEO of NeptuneForOne, is working to convince whitefish processors in the US that there is a better return to be had
After gaining “superfood” status, the market for algae could reach up to $44.7 billion by 2023, according to a new report from Fish 2.0, a business
Nevele, Belgium-based Tomalgae is on the cusp of launching a new algae product for oyster growers in Asia.
Called Thalapure Mollusca, the
To some people,
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