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Tuesday, March 22, 2016

22/03/2016: Offshore Mariculture Conference Programme to enlighten on technologies and innovations - book now

The Offshore Mariculture Conference will be held in Barcelona, Spain on 6-8 April 2016. It will examine the progress and prospects for farming offshore and will include the latest legislation, technical advances and investment opportunities which effect the day to day running and profitability of the offshore farming business.
   

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Programme to include enlightening sessions on the latest technologies and innovations in farming practises – book now to hear them!
The second day of the OMC will start with a presentation from Neil Sims, Co-Founder & CEO, Kampachi Farms, in a session on ‘Emerging Technologies’ that will bring fish farmers up to date with the latest farming innovations.
   
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Fish farmers receive preferential rates to attend
Are you a fish farmer looking to grow your business? If so, you could benefit from a preferential rate to attend – book today to join the many fish farmers from around the globe who have already signed up to attend.
    
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Conference dinner to be held in restored Palau del Mar building
La Gavina, a traditional Spanish restaurant located at the foot of the Mediterranean Sea, has a history that dates back to the 1930s.
     
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€7m TAPAS project to support sustainable aquaculture growth

A new four-year study worth almost €7m will establish new strategies and models for sustainable growth in the aquaculture industry.

Visit the Conference site HERE.


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