The North Atlantic Seafood Forum draws the leading players in cold-water seafood. The biggest international event of its kind, CEO's of leading seafood companies in Norway and internationally take part to network, share their insights, discuss threats and opportunities and compare notes.
A packed plenary/seminar programme, supplemented by social events, adds up to a unique networking opportunity, where delegates have time and space to meet and talk.
NASF is part of MareLife, a unique and independent innovation network covering all marine sectors.
NASF is organised in cooperation with Pareto Securities, Oslo Teknopol and the Norwegian Seafood Export Council.
FAO Fisheries and Aquaculture Division has joined NASF as seminar partner starting in 2012. FAO's engagement will attract interest from seafood firms and institutions all over the world. This will solidify NASF's position as a leading world seafood, fisheries & aquaculture business arena
North Atlantic Seafood Forum AS, Co/Oslo Teknopol, Tollbugata 32 - P.O.Box 537 Sentrum
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