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The President of Iceland to visit Icefish

The organisers of Icefish are pleased to announce the president of Iceland, Guðni Th. Jóhannesson will return to the 2021 exhibition for a private tour.

Taking the tour of the exhibition on the morning of Thursday 16th September, the Icelandic President will be visiting a number of stands to meet exhibitors and to view some of the latest and most innovative products on show.

Marianne Rasmussen Coulling, Events director, Mercator Media commented “We are honoured to have the president visiting the exhibition again in 2021”

Taking place every three years, Icefish offers attendees the opportunity to meet international and Icelandic buyers and suppliers within the commercial fishing and seafood sector. With more than a year of pandemic restrictions this September’s Icefish will provide exhibitors and visitors with the long overdue facility for multiple face to face business meetings in one place. With many new exhibitors, a wealth of new products and technologies to see, the Fishwaste for Profit conference, the 8th Icefish awards and a Matchmaking networking event, 2021 Icefish is a must attend event for anybody involved in the commercial fishing and seafood supply chain!

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