AQUACULTURE AWARDS NOW OPEN FOR ENTRY
The 2019 Aquaculture Awards now open for entry! Entries and nominations from commercial and research sectors around the world are welcome
The Aquaculture industry is projected to grow significantly over the next 10 years and at a greater rate than any other protein producer.
- Employ the highest standards of aquaculture husbandry
- Farm with a high level of environmental awareness
- Deliver a high-quality end product to local, national or international markets
Organised by the Aquaculture UK team and supported by a number of commercial partners, the awards are free to enter.
There are eight new categories to choose from including:
- Applied Research Breakthrough
- International Impact
- People’s Choice
- Most Promising New Entrant
- Animal Welfare
- Technical Innovation
To find out more about each of the categories and to enter or nominate please visit www.aquacultureawards.com and complete the online forms. All entries and nominations will be dealt with in the strictest confidence.
The closing date for entries is 1 March 2019.
Winners will be announced at a presentation dinner on Wednesday the 29th May, at Dynamic Earth, Edinburgh. Tickets available at www.aquacultureawards.com
Aquaculture UK is the most important aquaculture exhibition and conference held in the British Isles. The show has a tremendous following and with continued investment it promises to reach even further across the broader aquaculture market, both in the UK and into Europe. Firmly establishing it as an important and truly international trade venue for the aquaculture industry.
Over three days Aquaculture UK offers a valuable opportunity to network, discover new products and meet decision makers. No other UK event provides aquaculture professionals with such direct access to suppliers from all over the globe representing all aspects of the aquaculture industry.
With representatives from all the major aquaculture countries in attendance the atmosphere is dynamic and exciting with open and friendly interaction between exhibitors and visitors.