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Starting a business can be a daunting task no matter what the industry, but in the competitive world of seafood, it can be a nightmare. In this webinar, we'll hear two success stories about small companies with big ideas figuring out how to make it work. For those who might be interested in a brand-new venture, or branching out on their own, we'll hear about what our presenters did right, and what the budding seafood entrepreneur should avoid.
Speaker: Gib Brogan, Northeast director, Oceana
Moderator: Sean Murphy, Editor, Seafood Source
Duration: 55 minutes
Small-scale fisheries account for 95 percent of the world’s fishing fleet, but currently suffer from inadequate monitoring. Silicon Valley-based Pelagic Data Systems (PDS) has created a lightweight monitoring system for small vessels that can be used to combat illegal, unreported and unregulated (IUU) fishing and the exploitation of global fish stocks. Join PDS CEO Dave Solomon and the company’s chief scientific officer, Melissa Garren, as well as Jack Whalen of the Sustainable Fisheries Partnership, as they detail the current state of fisheries monitoring, what today’s technology can do to deter IUU fishing, and how technology is being used to fill data gaps at sea.
Dave Wittenberg, Founder, Verax Point Consulting
Duration: 55 minutes
In this Summit-preview webinar, Michael Tlusty, Ph.D., Director of Ocean Sustainability Science at the New England Aquarium, and Neil Sims, co-founder of Kampachi Farms, will discuss the current state of science on fish farming's environmental impacts and the industry's importance to global food security. This on-demand webinar will be moderated by SeafoodSource.com Senior Editor James Wright.
Marketing is a perennial challenge in the seafood industry, and the presence of social media provides new opportunities for those who know how to use it. In this video, we'll examine how some forms of social media are the key to expanding your customer base.
Thanks to the latest advances in technology over the past several decades, seafood suppliers and buyers can now do their bidding both dockside and by the light of their desktop computers. What’s the value in conducting seafood transactions online and, conversely, in person? Join SeafoodSource.com alongside Mike Budreski, founder of online trading solution Ocean Executive, and Katy Davidson, oyster sourcing expert and founder of the Oyster Academy, as we explore the many intricacies of dealing seafood in the modern world.
Sean Murphy moderates a panel including James Anderson, Henry Demone and John Tanzer about a new report that will guide millions of dollars in investments in future fisheries improvement projects in third-world countries. Speakers will give a brief presentation followed by Q&A with Sean