The World’s Premier Conference on Seafood Sustainability

2018-04-25T14:21:32+00:00April 25th, 2018|What's Happening|0 Comments
Why You Must Attend:
Global leaders and representatives from retail, the seafood industry, governments, NGOs, academia, conservation community and more join the Summit every year, because:

Seafood’s Forum for Economic, Environmental and Social Sustainability

Advancing a sustainable future for seafood and its stakeholders starts by highlighting critical sustainability topics on an international stage where diverse perspectives collaborate and flourish. Hosting the right people alongside stimulating conference sessions, field trips and networking events prompts innovative ideas, critical partnerships and crucial change to take form—making the Summit an opportunity stakeholders like you can’t afford to miss.

Forging Sustainable Economic Success Through Responsible, Ecological Business

The SeaWeb Seafood Summit’s 14th edition will feature a seminar, over 20 conference sessions, 12 lightning rounds, 5 plenaries, 2 workshops, a field trip and countless opportunities to network. As the global role of seafood continues to increase, so does the importance of establishing realistic and effective sustainability strategies today to secure the livelihood of this invaluable resource for tomorrow. Whether you are a fisherman, retail/business representative, government leader or academia/conservation community influencer, you represent an integral piece of the puzzle that is essential in building a promising future.

Not one sector or community is immune from the lasting negative effects of a diminishing seafood industry. Join the Summit to be among the voices and leaders that protect seafood and its world of stakeholders.

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Reasons to Attend*:

Satisfaction with the Summit

91% | Networking Opportunities
76% | Opportunities for Q&A
70% | Relevance of Topics
70% | Quality of Speakers

*Based on 2017 survey data

Author: SeaWeb