Wednesday, October 15, 2014

15/10/2014: Added value on the agenda of first day at Aquaculture Europe 2014

"We began Aquaculture Europe in a very unusual way this morning," Alistair Lane told IAF. He was referring to the cooking demonstration from nano-gastronomy chef Mikel Gallo which formed part of the plenary session 'Adding Societal Value: From Aquaculture to Gastronomy.'
Networking opportunities were an added value on the first day of Aquaculture Europe 2014!

Alistair also commented on the networking opportunities this event has created.

"People have been talking to each other throughout the day and that is what it is all about."

Mario Stael who is the organiser of the Aquaculture Europe 2014 added that there was a great mixture of "professional people and academic people which is very important" for the future of the industry.

Staff of IAF and others are looking forward to meeting fish farmers from Spain, Italy and Greece tomorrow at the Sea Bass and Sea Bream Workshop.

More to follow tomorrow

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