Not sure what to expect from the Offshore Mariculture Conference? Below are a range of testimonials from delegates, speakers and sponsors, as well as helpful attendance information split by sector and location.
With the burgeoning American market on the doorstep, Mexico had a unique opportunity to meet the growing demand in the region for fish and seafood, which made Offshore Mariculture 2017 a must attend event for those looking to set up or expand into this constantly evolving industry.
The 2017 Offshore Mariculture Conference attracted delegates from 18 countries from a plethora of sectors that make up the offshore mariculture and aquaculture industry.
Over half of our delegates visited from North America, closely followed by the Latin market.
31% of our attendees come from the feed and nutrition sector, followed by 29% in the technology and equipment sector, allowing all delegates to meet with the people who are providing innovation to the industry. 17% of our attendees are fish farmers, which demonstrates that you will benefit from meeting the buyers directly when attending the Offshore Mariculture Conference.
Attendance by region and job sector can be seen below:
The Offshore Mariculture Conference is aimed at professionals who are looking to gain valuable information on the progress and prospects for farming offshore such as the latest policies, products, research and case studies within the fin/shell fish and seaweed offshore farming industries.
The companies in attendance included:
* Farming companies
* Ministries of Fishery
* Research organisations
* Export associations
* Feed manufacturers
* Equipment suppliers
* Service suppliers
Fish farmers can obtain preferential rates to attend the conference; contact the team today for verification and a discount code by calling +44 1329 825335 or sending an email to email@example.com.