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Trondheim, Norway, will host the Seagriculture EU 2023 Conference from June 21 to 22. The event where the main protagonist is seaweed.
This event brings together seaweed growers, processors and distributors of seaweed, equipment and technology suppliers, investment companies, academic and research institutions, and governmental institutions. During two days, renowned experts will explore the full potential of seaweed and its diverse range of applications through a series of conferences.
The program features six plenary sessions and a panel discussion. This provides the attendees to have a comprehensive overview of the latest developments and opportunities in the seaweed industry.
“We are thrilled to welcome all seaweed enthusiasts in Trondheim. It is a unique opportunity for the industry,” said Silje Forbord from the event sponsor SINTEF. “Seagriculture EU 2023 offers a diverse range of sessions and networking opportunities, making it a must-attend event for anyone interested in the seaweed industry.”
Furthermore, Seagriculture EU 2023 will be fully updated. The event will feature presentations of posters where researchers can present their latest findings to conference delegates.
Time for business
However, not only will knowledge be shared, but there will also be time to do business. Seagriculture EU 2023 will be a space where companies in the seaweed industry can showcase their products and services to other industry professionals. The ultimate goal is to facilitate networking and collaboration opportunities among attendees while allowing them to stay informed about the latest developments in the field.
And for leisure as well
Whoever said there wouldn’t be any time for leisure? In addition to scheduled lunch breaks and networking coffee sessions, attendees will have the chance to meet and exchange ideas. Moreover, they will be able to participate in Seaweed Happy Hour, where they can taste seaweed products.
Do you want to be part of the delegates attending the conference? Then join on the conference website: www.seagriculture.eu
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