The Seafood Expo Global is the most important international showcase for companies operating in the fisheries and aquaculture sector. This is where important opportunities for new contacts and exchanges of ideas, and the possibility of initiating business agreements are created. Importers, exporters, wholesalers, exhibitors, institutions, experts and representatives from the research world are the protagonists of this lively atmosphere. The latest edition of the Expo took place in Barcelona on 26-28 April 2022.
More than 29,000 seafood professionals from 150+ countries attended in 2019 to discover new suppliers and products while connecting with current contacts and increasing orders.
The world of seafood is a global sector and always has been; today, this universality is even more critical because there is a worrying problem of competition in which European operators must absolutely succeed in being present on the international scene by continuously updating their skills and expertise.
Seafood: one Europe and many flavours where the commitment to professionalism represents a contribution towards the growth of our sector, especially after two years of the pandemic, wanting to react with determination to the global economic crisis. Seafood is an opportunity for every producer and every player in the seafood sector. It is a chance to establish exchanges of information from which projects and ideas are born, allowing the development of companies. Seafood is an excellent showcase because it can create new market outlets and new commercial partnerships with companies worldwide.
Our productions, our continuous research for new technologies and professionalism, and the tension towards a sustainable market for protecting our marine resources are spearheads and shine on the world market of this beautiful world.
Federpesca could not miss this opportunity to present the AGAPE project in an international context, offering operators a valuable tool to update their professionalism in the fishing sector. For this reason, a delegation led by the director Francesca Biondo and composed of two entrepreneurs of fishing and aquaculture and two representatives of Federpesca’s Brussels Office met several stakeholders and started future collaborations with the AGAPE project.