Global Traceability and Transparency Track

This track is for seafood business interested in growing by meeting investors and new partners, or investors or industry leaders interested in the latest innovations in seafood.

Online "Readiness Assessment"

The track began accepting applicants to the online Readiness Assessment process in October 2018. The deadline for new applicants has now passed (it was May 19, 2019), and those that entered are currently being assessed by investors to see which qualify for the Fish 2.0 Global Innovators Forum, in November 2019.

  • ELIGIBILITY (Click for details)

    The Global Traceability and Transparency track is for companies whose products and/or services create solutions that advance the development, adoption and implementation of traceability in seafood supply chains and/or make seafood supply chains and best practices more transparent and more mainstream. These include any venture that will support one or more of the below impacts:

    Expand supply chain transparency and compliance with regulations with improvements to one or more of the following areas:

    1. At-sea monitoring and detection of IUU fishing
    2. Compliance and enforcement of anti-IUU protocols (e.g., PSMA, EU Carding, SIMP).
    3. Dockside and other supply chain monitoring and detection of landings and/or products caught or supplied by IUU vessels.
    4. Transparency of worker conditions (at sea, on farms and in supply chains) to reduce labor abuses in the seafood industry.
    5. Reduction of fraud and mislabeling in seafood supply chains.

    Expand traceability implementation, information, and benefits with improvements to one or more of the following areas:

    1. Companies’ ability to optimize purchasing and procurement of traceable seafood.
    2. Streamlined processes (e.g. reduce transaction costs, or wait times) during the import & export of seafood while maintaining traceability and transparency
    3. Standardization and/or interoperability of traceability systems and related platforms and tools for seafood supply chains.
    4. Interoperability of vessel tracking systems with fisheries compliance, monitoring, surveillance, and seafood traceability systems.
    5. Quality and/or availability of data for fisheries management.
    6. Fisher access to global supply chain actors supporting seafood traceability and transparency.

    If you are not sure of your eligibility, please email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


SPONSORS

The Global Traceability and Transparency track is made possible thanks to the support of:

packard
The Packard Foundation’s ocean investments primarily support work to address overfishing, irresponsible marine aquaculture, and habitat loss, as these threats currently have the greatest impact on the ocean and its biodiversity. Learn more on our sponsor page.
moore
The Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation fosters path-breaking scientific discovery, environmental conservation, patient care improvements and preservation of the special character of the Bay Area. Learn more on our sponsor page.

We invite new partners to join as event sponsors for the Global Innovation Forum in November, 2019. Please This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to discuss this opportunity.

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