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Business soars at Icefish 2017 after matchmaking takes off

The Icefish 2017 matchmaking event saw a 100% increase from 2014, with double the amount of people taking part, all ready to form business partnerships and explore new markets.

Over 90 participants from 24 countries were in attendance yesterday, totalling just over 100 meetings taking place.

The Icefish matchmaking meetings provide a platform for attendees to meet with new, innovative companies in a ‘Meet- the-buyer” format.  Attendees who took part commented on their positive experience, adding that the short 20 minute meetings provides both a time and cost effective way to meet with interested companies who are ready to buy.

The meetings were organised by Innovation Center Iceland, coordinator of the Enterprise Europe Network Iceland, and co-organised by the Sector Group Maritime Industries & Services of the Enterprise Europe Network.

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