Nearly 40 entrepreneurs took the stage to pitch their seafood industry-changing innovations in front of a room full of discriminating investors.
The Nature Conservancy and a New York investment firm issued a field guide for parties interested in accelerating the sector’s future sustainably.
Aquaculture is spurring the growth of seafood production around the world. At Seafood Expo North America, passionate opinions about aquaculture are not difficult to find. Our editor shares his notes from the annual event.
Australian aquaculture gets some needed attention later this month when Fish 2.0 holds a regional workshop focused on innovation and investment in Melbourne.
A serial tech entrepreneur and a shrimp trader want to be Amazon for India’s shrimp farming industry. An accelerator program half a world away has brought them closer to their goals.
While talk of preservation and conservation dominated the annual event, a blunt query reminded all that the oceans need protection and sustainable development.
Hatch Aquaculture Accelerator aims to support new companies, via an immersive three-month mentorship program, in the health, nutrition, technology and production sectors.
The great aquaculture opportunity – assuming responsibility as a reliable and predictable source of nutrition for a growing global population – would be better accomplished with a greater sense of confidence, according to keynote speaker Pearse Lyons.
The third installment of Fish 2.0, taking place this November, will feature numerous aquaculture-related businesses at various stages of development. The competition’s founder dishes on what the judges will be seeing on stage.