FISH WASTE FOR PROFIT 2024 WILL TAKE PLACE ON 19-20 SEPTEMBER IN REYKJAVIK, ICELAND.
Call for papers has been released for the 5th edition of the Fish Waste for Profit conference will be taking place on 19-20th September 2024. The final date for abstract submission is 5th December 2023.
The 5th edition of Fish Waste for Profit will take place alongside the IceFish Exhibition. The reutilisation of fish processing by-products is a lucrative add-on to regular fish processing, serving the cosmetic, pharmaceutical, and agricultural industries. Estimates reveal that 43% of fish and shellfish resources end up as wastage, which represents a significant amount of potential profit that could be generated from otherwise discarded material. Fish Waste for Profit provides attendees with knowledge on how to maximise their return on investment from potentially discarded parts of the catch that be turned into high value products for non-food sectors.
The programme will cover all aspects technology, regulatory changes and challenges, capitalising on emerging opportunities, future proofing and meeting market needs.
We now invite interested speakers to put forward their abstract submissions for next year’s event. During the 1.5-day conference, the session topics & panel discussions will include:
Companies, organisations, and individuals are invited to submit abstracts on the above and other interesting topics. Abstracts should be approximately 250 – 300 words and submissions should include a biography and headshot photo of the speaker. Case studies and collaborative projects will be given preference.
Please submit all enquiries and abstracts to Terri Metcalfe at email@example.com. The closing date for the call for papers is 5th December 2023.
For further information about speaking, sponsoring, or attending as a delegate, contact the Events team on +44 1329 825335 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
In addition to one and a half days of conference presentations, networking coffee and lunch breaks, delegates will have the opportunity to join the 13,000 fishing professionals in attendance at the Icelandic Fisheries Exhibition which will run from 18-20 September 2024.