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Monday, May 12, 2014

12/05/14: LACQUA 2014

The Second Latin American and Caribbean Chapter of the World Aquaculture Society, LACQUA 14 meeting in Guadalajara, Mexico is being organized this year together with FIACUI. This event will show high quality conference and a updated producer program. Over 100 booths are expected at the FIACUI14 & LACQUA14 trade show.November 4-7, 2014.

This event will bring together aquaculture farmers, entrepreneurs and experts of the entire Latin American region and the World. The main language of the conference is Spanish and Portuguese.
This event will allow participants to share scientific advances, latest technologies, research results as well as obtain an overview of the actual situation and challenges of the Latin American aquaculture. All species and subjects will be discussed. Find updated information on the conference on www.was.org. Submit your abstract in Spanish or Portuguese now.

The organizing team, headed by Panorama Acuicola and the Latin American and Caribbean Chapter of the World Aquaculture Society (LACC-WAS) expects more than 1000 professionals of the aquaculture sector to be present in the meeting in Guadalajara. The participants will be able to attend several key note lectures offered by well renown experts from around the world, as well as exchange research ideas and analyze business options of an important array of worldwide companies that will be present. In this opportunity LACC-WAS will participate in the event presenting the event LACQUA. The World Aquaculture Society (WAS) organizes several events worldwide. LACQUA ´14 will be the second event of its type in the Latin American and the Caribbean region.

The organizing committee will like to invite all the aquaculturist of the region to participate in the series of activities that conform the event, which goal is to offer possible solutions to the problems that the sector is experiencing as well as to promote the sharing of knowledge on the culture of shrimp, tilapia, shellfish and other species; to discuss economics, health issues, marketing, etc. The deadline to submit an abstract for the conference is August 15th.

For more information and to register to participate please visit our webpage: www.was.org.


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