• Could a Partnership Born of Fish 2.0 Become the Red Bull of Seafood?

    National Geographic
    • National Geographic
    • Monica Jain, January 6, 2017

    There’s a global divide at the heart of the seafood industry: the businesses that most need new technologies are often continents away from the businesses creating them

    Small-scale seafood operations in Asia, Latin America, and Africa catch and farm most of the seafood we eat. Startups in the U.S., Canada, and Europe are developing most of the technologies that promise to improve logistics, traceability, fish feeds, and aquaculture production. But distance and limited resources mean these businesses rarely meet. Bridging this divide is an essential step toward both healthy oceans and a healthy, equitable food supply

  • Southeast Asia Seafood Businesses: Apply Now for February Fish 2.0 Workshop

    Fish20.org
    • CARMEL, CA
    • December 23, 2016

    Fish 2.0 Competition Adds Dedicated Track for Southeast Asia Seafood Entrepreneurs

    New track guarantees three spots at final event for Southeast Asia participants; February workshop in Bangkok gives entrepreneurs a head start on applying for the global business competition

    Fish 2.0, the global competition and network for sustainable seafood businesses, is adding a special track for Southeast Asian entrepreneurs. The track will kick off with a three-day workshop focused on engaging investors and preparing participants to apply for the 2017 competition.

2017 Southeast Asia Track Sponsors 

 

Feed the Future
USAID
Winrock International
Packard Foundation
Walton Family Foundation