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The Oceanovation Festival kicks off in The Hague, Netherlands, an event that provides a unique opportunity to learn how to connect, get inspired, and do business with a focus on the positive impact of the oceans.

The ocean is facing many threats, from climate change to plastic pollution. With this scenario, Oceanovation Festival was born to turn challenges into opportunities for positive innovation.

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Today is the beginning of the program that will unfold throughout today and tomorrow. In it, speakers and attendees with different industry backgrounds will share their expertise and collaboration.

The program in depth

During the event, various panels, activities, and conferences will focus on two main categories: the Founders Program and Investor Day.

The Founders’ Program seeks to find the perfect balance between sustainability and profit. Thus, the objective of this program would be to find the tools to be developed to have a winning product through different marketing strategies, mentoring, workshops, and networking opportunities.

Investor Day, on the other hand, aims to raise awareness of the potential of the blue economy. The limited ocean-specific knowledge of companies often hampers their ability to identify and explore viable opportunities in this area. This is why Investor Day provides a tailored platform for funders to gain a comprehensive view of ocean innovation and explore scalable investment solutions.

Various activities and workshops will complement the event. One of them is Pitch on the Beach, a competition that creates the chance to pitch your project to investors and corporates. As well as Welcome Drinks, which is the time when the program ends and the time to network differently begins.

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These details enhance the essence of the conference, where the spotlight shines on the ocean and its well-being.

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