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SEAGRICULTURE 2020
9th International Seaweed Conference

"Seaweeds: supporting the European Green Deal"

24 - 25 SEPTEMBER 2020, Bodø, Norway

EDITION 2019 IN NUMBERS
142
Delegates
24

Nationalities

109
Attending Companies
6
Sessions

SEAGRICULTURE SPONSOR OPPORTUNITIES

Sponsorship is one of the best ways to brand your organization as a thought leader and to highlight your commitment to advancing the philanthropic sector. As a sponsor, you will be able to:


  • Connect with industry decision makers. Seagriculture 2019 welcomed around 140 delegates from 24 countries, the Seagriculture conference is the sector’s place to be heard and seen.
  • Showcase your organization’s expertise at a world-class conference. The conference provides high-quality opportunities for attendees to learn, connect, and share with their peers.
  • Demonstrate your leadership. As we focus on the essential role that philanthropy plays in society, share with your colleagues the topics and work you care deeply about.


Check out all participants companies from last year in Ostend.

Would you like to sponsor, but you are not able to attend the conference? Do you have sponsorship ideas? There are plenty of ways for your company to have an impact at the Seagriculture 2020 Conference! Contact us!

SPONSORS SEAGRICULTURE 2020

ocean-forest

SILVER SPONSOR

Ocean Forest’s vision is to substantially multiply food production from the sea in a sustainable manner by harvesting species from lower down in the food chain. This vision will reduce the footprint caused by production of fish while generating significant volumes of raw materials for human consumption, for feed and for clean energy and at the same time representing a substantial absorption of CO2.  >>> Ocean Forest

lofotenseaweed

SPEAKER GIFTS SPONSOR

Located amongst the coastal fishermen at Napp fishing village, Tamara and Angelita are taking the Lofoten food traditions one step further. Their products are inspired by their heritage - both having grown up on islands - but with two very different backgrounds. One, a fisherman’s daughter, spent her childhood playing in the seaweed covered shores of Lofoten, while the other had seaweed served on porcelain plates by her Japanese mother. Despite growing up on the opposite sides of the earth, they share the same belief - that the future of food lies in the ocean.  Our seaweed is wild-harvested in the cold Arctic waters surrounding the Lofoten Archipelago. Our vision is to bring innovative, easy to use seaweed products to your table adding flavor and nutrition to your everyday meal as well as your gourmet adventure.   >>> Lofoten Seaweed