Pacific Islands Track
Businesses: Apply now for the Online competition. Deadline is November 25.
Join us for Fish 2.0's Pacific Islands track if you are a seafood enterprise interested in growing your venture by meeting international investors and new trade partners.
ELIGIBILITYApply to the Fish 2.0 Pacific Islands track events if you meet the following criteria:
Companies based in the following countries are eligible for the Fish 2.0 Pacific Islands track:
Republic of the Marshall Islands
Federated States of Micronesia
Papua New Guinea
Any business involved in seafood production, trade and/or supply chains is eligible, as are businesses providing services for fisheries management or businesses involved in aquaculture or mariculture, including corals, giant clams, seaweed, pearls or other products. Businesses with innovative products or services that support ocean climate resiliency in the Pacific Islands are also invited to participate this year.
THE ONLINE COMPETITION - APPLY HERE
Pacific-based seafood businesses are now invited to apply for the 2018-19 online competition.
There is no cost to participate in the online competition.
- Complete the Part 1 entry: November 25, 2018
- Complete the Part 2 entry: February 10, 2019
Please note that you do NOT have to attend an in-person workshop to enter the global online competition.
Learn more about the online competition and scoring
- All finalists reaching a required score threshold will be invited in early 2019 to join our new Fish 2.0 online connection platform to connect with business partners and investor
- Top scoring finalists will be invited to pitch at the Fish 2.0 Global Innovation Forum in Silicon Valley in late 2019. All other finalists will be invited to attend and network at the event.
- Read stories from competitors - how past participants have gained from Fish 2.0
- Listen to competitors explain why you should participate, and what they wish they had known before.
Workshops and Investor Receptions in Australia
Pacific and Australian seafood businesses participated in the Melbourne workshop on October 23-24, followed by an investor and industry reception, all aimed at growing the regions seafood markets. All business are now invited to apply to the online competition, regardless of whether they were involved in this workshop or not. A second workshop and Regional forum are being planned for March/April 2019, and further details will be posted here as they become available.
To learn more about Fish 2.0 workshops and what they offer, click here.
The Pacific Islands track is made possible thanks to the support of: