The annual UK Seafood Summit, organised by Seafish the public body that supports the £10bn UK seafood industry, brings together a panel of respected speakers and delegates to discuss and debate the burning issues in the global seafood industry.
The theme in 2019 is ‘The Responsible Seafood Economy: Looking Forward – Responding to Change’. This year it will focus on:
Supplies: Explore the changing nature of seafood sourcing
Operations: Innovation in technology; evolution of the workforce
Markets: The shifting interests of consumers
Previously known as the Humber Seafood Summit, the event draws interest from key players in the seafood industry including processors, distributors, foodservice and retail operators and is open to all businesses and organisations with an interest in the UK seafood industry.
As with previous years, the Seafood Fayre takes place the evening before the Summit showcasing local food producers and we have introduced an additional seminar hosted by the Young Seafood Leaders Network, which will take place the afternoon before.
Speakers are currently being confirmed and further details will be announced soon.
There are sponsorship and exhibitor opportunities available. Contact Nikki Hawkins at Seafish to discuss firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 07876 035763
‘THE RESPONSIBLE SEAFOOD ECONOMY’ PROGRAMME
Wednesday 16 October 2019
YOUNG SEAFOOD LEADERS NETWORK SEMINAR
Welcome drinks reception
Nigel Barden interviews seafood traders
Questions and Answers
Seafood Fayre opens (networking)
Thursday 17th October 2019
Marcus Coleman is the Chief Executive and Accounting Officer for Seafish. He is responsible for the development and delivery of a Corporate Plan created through consultation with industry stakeholders. He is accountable to the Seafish Board comprising industry representatives and independent members. Marcus has 25 years of experience working across public and private sector organisations. His previous roles include Managing Director of Compass Point Business Services Ltd, Assistant Chief Executive with Lincolnshire County Council, Director General of the Digital TV Group and Management Consulting with the PA Consulting Group.
He was appointed by Seafish in January 2016.
Everyone comes to the Summit and it’s become a key event to meet colleagues, customers, government officials, scientists, researchers and suppliers. To facilitate this networking, Seafish hosts a Seafood Fayre the evening before, which is an ideal place in an informal setting to meet old and new contacts. The Fayre is also an opportunity to sample local produce.
UK Seafood Summit 2019
16-17 October 2018
Doubletree by Hilton, Forest Pines Hotel
Broughton, North Lincolnshire DN20 0AQ
Nikki Hawkins at Seafish: email@example.com
TEL: +44 (0)7876 035763
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