This was NASF 2022 – Recap of the world’s most important seafood strategy conference!

At last we could all meet in Bergen again!

The 17th North Atlantic forum is over and this is a short recap of the world’s most important seafood business conference:

970 delegates

took part at the 17th edition of North Atlantic Seafood Forum on June 21-23rd and over 700 delegates were present at the venue in Bergen. The overall feedback has been overwhelming and shows that the top tiers in the global seafood industry appreciates the meeting place and the comprehensive program NASF has to offer.

Truly an international conference

Delegates from 37 different countries attended the conference representing a non-Norwegian share of over 40%. Predominantly representing Europe and the Americas. Due to travel restrictions in many Asian counties a respectable number of delegates from this region followed the conference digitally.

400 seafood related companies present

The breakdown of our delegates list shows that over 400 different companies where present. And among the delegates the shares of top executives and CEO’s is overwhelming, underlining the position NASF has as the world’s leading seafood strategy conference. 

We are delighted that so many found the time to come to Bergen in mid-summer for the postponed version of NASF 2022, and we are very pleased for all the kind feedback we have received.
For next year, we are back on track, and hope to see even more delegates in Bergen on March 7-9th 2023.

Andre Akse, General Manager, NASF.

If you want to see pictures from the conference, click here!


Related posts:

This website uses cookies to personalise content and ads, analyse traffic and we also share information about your use of the site with our advertising and analytics agency.