APPOINT A YOUNG LEADER TO NASF YOUNG LEADERSHIP SUMMIT 2019
This event aims to gather the best young leaders in the industry to hear expert speakers on important topics, an excursion to an aquaculture facility, a workshop with presentations before a panel consisting of top executives from leading aquaculture companies and networking.
Please – nominate your young leader by having them register for the event by 5th of February here:
Register for Young Leadership Summit
Limited places available!
See invitation here
15.30 Registration, light food serving and mingling
16.00 Welcome and introduction North Atlantic Seafood Forum and Bergen Chamber of Commerce & Industry
16.10 Blockchain and its potential for the seafood industry Ingunn Midttun Godal Global Director, Business Development, DNV GL – Business Assurance
16.35 Pioneering BluehouseTM farming locally, transforming protein production globally Karl Øystein Øyehaug Finance Director, Atlantic Sapphire
17.05 Plastic and microplastic – what can we do and how could it affect our products? Marte Haave Research Lead, Applied Environmental Research –Marine, NORCE
17.30 Workshop. Presentations of ideas for a panel consisting of the following:
o Andreas Kvame, CEO Grieg Seafood
o Henning Beltestad, CEO Lerøy Seafood Group
o Fredrik Witte, CEO Cargill Aqua Nutrition North Sea
19.40 Panel announces winner
20.00 Dinner at King Haakon’s hall
For more details/questions, please contact Bergen Chamber of Commerce, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
If you would like to attend the NASF 2019 on Wednesday 6 and Thursday 7 March in addition, please register here:
Registration for all 3 days
Price : NOK 2.800 + 25% VAT
Register here for Global AquaTech Summit
10.00 Welcome address Kristian Henriksen, General Manager, NCE Aquatech Cluster
10:10 Global perspectives of aquaculture technology Toril Østingesen, Simens
10:30 Ocean Space Technology: Future trends Vegar Johansen, CEO, SINTEF Ocean
10:50 Title coming Nina Santi, CEO, AquaGen
11:10 Coffee break
Future prospects in aquaculture technology Moderator Karl A. Almås, Chairman of the Board, NCE Aquatech Cluster
11:30 New ocean technology TBA
11:50 Aquaculture technologies: From a buyer’s point of view TBA
The technological solution providers Moderator Kristian Henriksen, Manager, NCE Aquatech Cluster
13:20 Title coming Piscada
13:30 Title coming Thelma biotel
13:40 Title coming C-Feed
13.50 Title coming Maritech
14:00 Coffee break
Financing and business development Moderator Stål Heggelund
14:15 Investing in aquaculture technology, from a global bank’s point of view Rabobank
14:30 Investing in aquaculture technology, Catapult Ocean
14:45 Investing in aquaculture technology, from a Norwegian investor’s point of view TBA
15:00 Panel discussion: Sustainable investments in the aquaculture industry
15:25 Closing remarks Moderator Karl A. Almås, Chairman of the Board, NCE Aquatech Cluster
Industry Technical Workshop
Price : NOK 700 + 25% VAT
Register here for Aquaculture Risk/Insurance/Legal
THE WORKSHOP AGENDA
12.30 – 13.00hrs – Registration and coffee
13.00 – 13.15hrs – Presentation of Speakers by Moderator
13.15 – 13.30hrs – Introduction of topic and insurance solutions by Kolbein Aarnes, Marsh
13.30 – 1350 hrs – An Insurer view on RAS by Geir Myre, AXA XL Catlin
13.50 – 14.10hrs – Legal and regulatory issues by Tore Fjørtoft, Schjødt
14.10 – 14.30hrs – Coffee and networking
14.30 – 14.50hrs – Experience from RAS operations - what are the benefits and what have and can go wrong by Åse Åtland, Niva
14.50 – 15.10hrs – Alternative Risk Solutions by Oleksandr Artiushyn, Swiss Re CorSo
15.10 – 15.45hrs – A banker’s perspective on land based farming initiatives by Anne Hvistendahl, DNB
15.45 – 17.00hrs – Panel discussion, followed with Drinks and Finger Foods Sponsored by Swiss Re & AXA XL
TOPIC: Challenges insuring land based fish farming and Recirculating Aquaculture Systems - RAS
Inspired by Iceland
Sustainability – Quality – Innovation
Price : Free of charge
Register here for Iceland day
This event combines three topics that are key elements for the Icelandic fishing industry: Sustainability, Quality and Innovation. Speakers from 8 Icelandic companies will share their knowledge and after their presentations there will be a discussion panel consisting of top executives from the Icelandic fishing industry.
15.30 Opening: Stella Björg Kristinsdóttir, Marketing Manager Marel Fish and member of the NASF2019 Icelandic delegation.
Foundation - Sustainability - Challenges and solutions
15.40 “Effective decision-making for sustainable fishing” - Steingrímur Gunnarsson, Sales Manager, Trackwell.
15.50 “Innovating with vision” - Sigurður Ólason, Managing Director, Marel Fish (EVP).
Advantage - A value chain designed for quality
16.00 “Seashuttle”, Are Grathen, Managing Director, Samskip
16.10 “Improving fish quality and volume utilization with twin containers“ - Dr. Björn Margeirsson, Research Manager, Sæplast.
Future - Entrepreneurs & Innovation
16.20 “Controlling fishing trawl for selective fishing“ - Atli Már Jósafatsson, Managing Director, Polar Doors.
16.30 “The first high-precision Computer-controlled Collarbone cutter for whitefish“ - Axel Pétur Ásgeirsson, Marketing manager, Curio.
16.40 “From Primary to Premium“ – Guðmundur Gíslason, Ice Fish Farm (Fiskeldi Austfjarda hf.)
16.50 “Increasing Processing Value while Meeting more Demanding Customers Requirements” - Kristján Kristjánsson, General manager, Valka Norway.
17.00 Panel discussion
17.20 Reception sponsored by Arion Bank.
Global Action Network on Sustainable Food from the Oceans and Inland Waters for Food Security and Nutrition 0900 - 1200 (1200 Lunch )
Price; NOK 300 + 25 VAT = NOK 375
Register for Sustainable Oceans seminar
09.00 Welcome – Director SisselRogne, Institute of Marine Research
09.15 UN’s SDG – our challenge UNEP (TBC)
09.30 The importance of Seafood to the world Arni M. Mathiesen, FAO
09.45 The Decade of Nutrition Fransesco Branca, WHO (TBC)
10.00 The global network Anita Utheim Iversen/Livar Frøiland,
10.40 The industry – where are they going? Anne Hilde Midttveit, Lerøy Seafood
11.00 Sustainable aquaculture feed production Skretting (TBC)
11.30 Future feed Erik Jan Lock, Institute of Marine Research
11.50 Summing up and discussion.
Moderators: Gro Ingunn Hemre and Kari Østervold Toft
Members of this Global Action Network will mobilize actions to include aquatic food as a key food source for achieving food security and improved nutrition in the Decade of Action on Nutrition (2016-2025) and in line with the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).