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Only two days to go till IceFish

It's now only two days to go until the largest fishing exhibition in Northern Europe. The Icelandic Fisheries Exhibition is opening on Thursday 25 September at 10am.

It only happens once every three years so if you miss it this year then your next opportunity to attend will not be until 2017!  If you've not booked your ticket yet then don't worry "simply turn up at Smárinn / Fifan halls in Kópavogur and book your place on the day.


The 11th Icelandic Fisheries Exhibition is opening this Thursday 25 September. Exhibitors from Iceland and around the world will be displaying their products and promoting services to the fishing and marine fraternity. The exhibition begins with the Opening Ceremony, at the Smarrin School at 10 am and will continue with the exhibition all day and end with the Awards Ceremony in the evening. The Awards Ceremony, will highlight and reward companies who have made a positive contribution to the fishing sector either with their products, services or with their exhibition display stands. Distinguished guests, sponsors, companies entered for an award and press will be attending the evening. Companies who receive an Award will receive press and media coverage.


With over 13,000 visitors expected and 500 exhibitors, the IceFish events team look forward to welcoming you to the exhibition in Iceland. If you have not booked your visitor entry to the exhibition then you can book on the day at the venue.

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