Fish Events Listings
Keep up to date with what is happening in the global aquaculture industry. If you have an event you would like added to the list please feel free to submit the details here
Where: International Crocus Exhibition Center, Moscow, Russia
When: Tuesday 21st to Thursday 23rd
Where: Fishmongers’ Hall, London
When: Tuesday 21st to Wednesday 22nd
For the 44th Consecutive year the UK Shellfish Industry will gather for the Annual Shellfish Association of Great Britain Conference being held over two days on 21st and 22nd May at Fishmongers’ Hall, London.
This will provide an opportunity to reflect on progress made over the last year and to establish priorities for the journey ahead.
To show support and to discuss issues, challenges and opportunities facing the UK Shellfish Industry, an impressive array of speakers have agreed to take part, with the keynote speech (it is hoped) to be given by European Commissioner for Maritime Affairs and Fisheries, Maria Damanaki.
Amongst others, topics covered by presentations this year will be the Blue Marine Foundation work with fishermen in Lyme Bay, Offshore Aquaculture, the new role of the IFCAs, Water Companies working with industry, protected name status for shellfish (PGI, PGO), the Chinese Mitten Crab and analysis of shellfish stock assessments (nephrops).
Where: IMPACT Exhibition Center, Bangkok, Thailand
When: Wednesday 22nd to Sunday 26th
World of SEAFOOD – a professional trade fair, a business networking platform catered for the seafood and frozen food industry.
The trade fair covers exhibits ranging from frozen seafood, chilled seafood, fresh seafood, processed seafood, ready-to-eat seafood and dried seafood.
Meet your potential buyers, importers, distributors and net your business.
Join us at World of Seafood 2013!
Where: Guelph, Ontario, Canada
When: Sunday 2nd to Wednesday 5th
The Aquaculture Association of Canada and our conference co-hosts invite you to join us at Aquaculture Canada 2013, “Farming Our Waters: Agrifood Innovations” in Guelph, ON, June 2nd-5th, 2013. A program is planned to deliver a comprehensive agenda of aquaculture science and technology presentations as well as thought-provoking keynote and plenary speakers.
Where: Krakow, Poland
When: Wednesday 5th to Saturday 8th
Organised by the European feed association, FEFAC, and IZBA, representing the Polish feed industry, the Congress will have the theme 'How to stay profitable in volatile times'.
Where: Bali International Convention Center (BICC) Nusa Dua, Bali
When: Tuesday 18th to Thursday 20th
The World Bali Seafood Show (WBSS) is largest seafood events in Asia. WBSS to be held on 18 June 2013 to 20 June 2013 in Nusa Dua Bali, Indonesia. The event promises to be even bigger and better by focusing on “Quality and Production Infrastructure” of Indonesian seafood to the global seafood industry.
Where: Noordwijk aan Zee, The Netherlands
When: Tuesday 18th to Thursday 20th
The theme of this year's conference is 'Time to Resourcify'.
The conference is organised, once again, by Nutreco and sponsored by DuPont, Evonik and Rabobank.
Where: University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point
When: Wednesday 19th to Friday 21st
“The International Aquaponics Conference: Aquaponics and Global Food Security” will bring together individuals with the goal of making an impact on food quality, security and sustainability using aquaponic methods, in which fish and plants are grown together in a symbiotic environment.
Industry experts will share experience and knowledge in a fun and informative conference setting, providing participants a wealth of information on the rapidly growing aquaponics industry.
Where: Vigo, Spain
When: Tuesday 25th to Friday 28th
Where: Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, Spain
When: Thursday 4th to Friday 5th
'Science in the Service of Animal Welfare: Priorities around the world' is the theme for the 2013 UFAW International Animal Welfare Science Symposium.
UFAW, the International Animal Welfare Science Society, is an independent, scientific and educational animal welfare charity. The organisation promotes high standards of welfare for farm, companion, laboratory and captive wild animals and those with which we interact in the wild.
Where: University of Sydney
When: Monday 8th to Wednesday 10th
The Australian Animal Studies Group (AASG) represents a community of animal studies scholars, scientists, creative artists and animal advocates. They aim to encourage cross-national and disciplinary exchange and, more particularly, to promote work that has animals and human-animal relations as a focus.
Where: Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire, CV8 2LZ
When: Saturday 20th to Sunday 21st
The Pet Show will be held on the 20th - 21st July 2013 at Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire.
Join us for the first national event dedicated to you and your pets. The Pet Show 2013 is the largest of its kind with indoor and outdoor arenas showcasing the best in pet products, care and advice.
Where: McCormick Place, Chicago, Illinois, USA
When: Saturday 20th to Tuesday 23rd
Educational sessions include aquaculture, beef and dairy.
Where: Nanaimo, British Columbia, Canada
When: Sunday 21st to Thursday 25th
The ISS7 builds on six previous symposia held throughout the world at four year intervals. Key topics for ISS7 were identified during ISS6 in Wuhan, China in 2009:
Sturgeon conservation in natural habitats; sturgeon culture as a conservation tool; and the commercial production of sturgeon and commercial sturgeon products.
ISS7 provides a key opportunity for communication and priority setting among members of the sturgeon community world wide. We hope that you will join us in July, 2013 to promote work on all sturgeon species. We offer you an incomparable symposium venue in a most beautiful region of the world.
Where: Trondheim, Norway
When: Friday 9th to Monday 12th
Aquaculture Europe is the annual event organised by the
European Aquaculture Society (EAS), and brings together
participants to present the latest research and network
through its international conference, trade exhibition,
industry forum and various other events. Aquaculture Europe
also provides a platform for other meetings and workshops,
making it the annual centre point of European aquaculture.