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NASF 2013

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You are invited to Bergen!

Bergen, March 5th. This day successfully gathers the key players to advance the biomarine sectors globally in the smartest and most sustainable way.

In 2013 we focus on “Global Aquaculture Solutions” needed to sustainably expand global aquaculture manyfold.

Chair: Karl Almås, CEO SINTEF Fishery & Aquaculture. Moderator: Jostein Refsnes, Chair Norlaks.Leader Vision Paper Group: Kjell Maroni, R&D Director, The Norwegian Seafood Research Fund


Tanja_HoelSHARE your solutions to help us move in the right direction in upgrading Global Aquaculture manyfold!

LEARN about ongoing global solutions, brilliant ideas and MEET global key players in this industry. You will have plenty of opportunity to do business, promote your innovative solutions or just mingle! See Programme Marine Innovation Day 2013 50% discount for those bringing in innovative cases See below for how we run this day!

See below for how we run this day!

Vision Paper. Vision paper for “Global Aquaculture Solutions”, work commencing well ahead of the conference: This is a responsibility of an international working group appointed and lead by R&D director Aquaculture Kjell Maroni, The Norwegian Seafood Research Fund. Based on a mandate formed in interaction with the Innovation Day Chair, Karl Almås, the group will develop a vision paper on which major solutions are needed to expand global aquaculture substantially. Ahead of the conference, Dr. Maroni will request a one pager memo from each of the chairs of the Think Tanks (see below description of these) on how they see their main needs in their individual fields. The vision paper group will present a brief synthesis of major important recommended measures (shortlist) during the innovation day, also including inputs from the Think Tank workshop. The vision paper will be completed after the conference and made available through targeted distribution to decision makers and for mass distribution.
The “landscape” of challenges and opportunities. High esteem players in the sector share their visions and recommendations how and where to move to develop the “blue food” for the world and thus set the agenda for the day.

Think Tanks. In all 5 categories of Think Tanks will be run parallel and chaired by appointed persons in accordance with the below program schedule. The Think Tank Session will interact with the vision paper committee as described above and the chairs of the Think Tanks will do plenary summing up reports, again with focus on short list solutions. The general topics are carefully selected to cover in the best possible way all tracks of solutions to be pursued to move forward global aquaculture in the most cost efficient and sustainable way. The 5 categories will be reflected all through the Marine Innovation Day activities: in Think Tanks, in The Vision Paper, in the delegate grouping for Match Making and also for grouping the innovative cases.

One2one meetings. Ahead of conference the delegates will be proposed grouped and matched with persons and players in accordance with their profile and preferences. They will be asked to select categories in accordance with the 5 Think Tanks. They will thus have the opportunity to select discussion partners ahead of conference and to have focused meetings during the extended lunch, breaks and focused dialogue during Think Tank session. – Register here.

The Innovative Cases of Solutions. This is a well proven success formula. Cases are submitted online well ahead of conference in accordance with a standard form. They will be exposed on web before and after conference and during the conference by roll ups and to compete being orally presented or being selected for innovation award. – Register here.

Innovation Award. Submission is open to anyone, regardless of registration to the Marine Innovation Day. Cases will be exposed on web ahead of conference, a selected group orally and finally 3 awards during conference dinner March 6. SUBMISSION will be available to those who register for the Marine Innovation Day. Submitted cases will be exposed on web ahead of conference, a selected group orally and finally 3 awards during conference dinner March 6.

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