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Register now "only 22 days until Icelandic Fisheries Exhibition is officially open

Registrations are coming in every day for the Icelandic Fisheries Exhibition and with exhibition space sold and in excess of 13,000 visitors expected to attend, register early at a reduced rate.
This year, exhibitors have booked their space earlier than usual, attendees have started registering sooner and along with a bustling exhibition, inspirational Awards Evening and several conferences, including the new IceFish Conference 2014, it looks set to be the busiest IceFish event ever.

So what's happening in 2014?

Thursday 25 September

Exhibition "all day

NEW - IceFish Conference "Fish waste for profit
'Maximising return: utilising the entire fish'
Organised by Mercator Media Ltd, Icelandic Fisheries Exhibition Organisers in association with MATÍS

NEW - Round Table Meetings "Matchmaking Event
For more information about this buyer / seller event please visit the Matchmaking event page
Organised by Innovation Center Iceland and co-organised by the Sector Group Maritime Industries & Services of the Enterprise Europe Network

6th Icelandic Fisheries Awards
For more information about this evening, please visit the Awards page
Hosted by the Icelandic Ministry of Industry and Innovation and the City of Kópavogur

Friday 26 September

Exhibition "all day

NEW - Conference - Cooperation and Conflicts in Fisheries
For further information about the conference please contact Gunnar Haraldsson, Director, Institute of Economic Studies, University of Iceland, T: +354 525 5263  E: gunnarha@hi.is

Organised by the Institute of Economic Studies Iceland and sponsored by the Nordic Council of ministers

Saturday 27 September

Exhibition "all day

NEW - Conference "Coastal Fisheries and coastal communities in the North Atlantic
For further information about the conference please visit the coastal fisheries conference website
Organised by
MATÍS , Iceland and sponsored by Nordic Council of ministers

To attend this year's Icelandic Fisheries Exhibition, please book online or contact
Marianne Rasmussen-Coulling, Events Director, Mercator Media Ltd on:
T +44 1329 825335
E: info@icefish.is
W: www.icefish.is



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