Bluefront Equity takes a niche approach

Proff Kulde

Source: Bluefront Equity

Investor demonstrates there’s a lot more to supporting land-based aquaculture than building farms

“The potential for land-based aquaculture is huge,” says Kjetil Haga, founding partner of impact seafood investor Bluefront Equity, “and a lot of that is down to events taking place in the salmon industry.”

Launched in July 2020 by Haga and fellow co-founder Simen Landmark, Oslo-headquartered Bluefront invests in companies with products, services and technologies aimed at making the seafood value chain more sustainable, with a strong leaning towards the digitalisation and automisation of the aquaculture industry. Among its most recent aquatech investments are AI feed analysis provider Spillfree and workflow software supplier Naviaq. To date, it has made some 10 investments into six platforms through its fund Bluefront Capital 1.

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