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Pacific Islands Track

Join us for Fish 2.0's Pacific Islands track if you are a seafood enterprise interested in growing your venture by meeting investors and new business and trade partners, or an investor or industry leader interested in the latest innovations in seafood.

  • Participate in the upcoming Brisbane Regional Forum, as a business, investor or expert. See below. 
  • Apply now to the online Readiness Assessment process. Sign up below.
  • ELIGIBILITY (Click for details)


    Apply to the Fish 2.0 Pacific Islands track events if you meet the following criteria:


    Companies based in the following countries are eligible for the Fish 2.0 Pacific Islands track:

    Republic of the Marshall Islands
    Federated States of Micronesia
    Papua New Guinea
    Solomon Islands

    Seafood segments:

    Any business involved in seafood production, trade and/or supply chains is eligible, as are businesses providing services for fisheries management or businesses involved in aquaculture or mariculture, including corals, giant clams, seaweed, pearls or other products. Businesses with innovative products or services that support ocean climate resiliency in the Pacific Islands are also invited to participate this year.

    If you are unsure of your eligibility or based in another Pacific Island please email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . We will help you to find the best way to participate.

Regional Forum for Pacific Island businesses: Brisbane

Fish 2.0 will be holding a workshop and Regional Forum April 2-3, 2019, in Brisbane Australia. Pacific Island businesses will be invited to attend, and to pitch if they have qualified through the online Readiness Assessment by then.

Get details of this event:


Online "Readiness Assessment"

Please note that you do not need to attend a workshop/event to do the online Readiness Assessment.

If you plan on attending a workshop, we suggest you wait to do the online Readiness Assessment process afterwards.


The Pacific Islands track is made possible thanks to the support of:

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The U.S. Department of State supports global efforts to maintain healthy and productive marine ecosystems. We also seek to foster private sector-led growth, unlock the power of the marketplace, and facilitate the implementation of activities and partnerships to support commercially viable investment opportunities to develop fisheries-related businesses in the Pacific. In collaboration with Fish 2.0, the U.S. Department of State will help sustainable fisheries, mariculture, and aquaculture entrepreneurs from the Pacific Islands develop their businesses and connect with potential investors in the United States and elsewhere. This year we are pleased to partner with the Government of Australia’s Fisheries Research and Development Corporation to enable new opportunities for Pacific Islands businesses to integrate into regional and global supply chains. Funding provided by the United States Government will promote a healthy ocean and sustainable fisheries, which are closely tied to cultures, livelihoods, jobs, and food security in the Pacific Islands region.

We invite co-sponsors to join the US State Department in support of this track and its events. Please This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to discuss this opportunity to help shape Pacific Island sustainable seafood.

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