From 26th to 28th April Brussels held the latest Seafood Expo Global with more than 1,600 exhibiting companies from 80 different countries. The H2020 project PrimeFish participated to present the latest work done in the project, detect new trends in seafood products and build on its network of companies and institutions. Most of the firms involved in the project through its Industy Reference Group (IRG) participated as a exhibitor or a visitor to the fair.
We will be waiting for you at Xunta de Galicia booth #7-1617 and #7-1517.
The PrimeFish team will be in Brussels and available to attend your questions, doubts or enquiries about the project. Do not hesitate to send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to set a meeting on 26th or 27th April.
PrimeFish held its First Annual Meeting in Parma from 12th to 14th April. Scientists and industry representatives got to know the latest outcomes from this H2020 project. Latest findings on economic performance, supply chain relations and seafood market trends, as well as a preliminary sketch of the PrimeDSS (Decission Support System) were presented during the gathering.
From 12th to 14th of April, 46 scientists and 15 high-level representatives from the European seafood industry will work together in the First Annual Meeting of the PrimeFish project.
For two days PrimeFish presented its work in the poster section of the Conference on Economic Advice in Fisheries Management. Other 47 posters were also present in an event, which joined politicians, economists, ONGs, industries and scientists. The Directorate-General for Maritime Affairs and Fisheries, also known as DG MARE, organized the event together with the University of Malta and the European Association of Fisheries Economists.
The PrimeFish will be introduced in Malta during the prestigious #EUFishEcon on 04-05 February 2016
April 2015 has marked the starting point for the PrimeFish project, a research endeavor that will enhance the competitiveness of the European seafood market. Six European research centers and six universities, two SMEs and two universities from Canada and Vietnam have joined their efforts to foster cooperation and knowledge about seafood economics. For four years, with the support of the European program Horizon 2020, this project will possibilite several case studies about high-consumed species, market trends for creating shared value.
Besides its research activities, taking the breakthroughs from the lab to the society is one of the principal aims of the European projects.
A meeting held in Annecy (France) between 14th and 15th October joined the members of the PrimeFish consortium for the initial work on PrimeFish results.