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The weird and the wonderful at IceFish

Leather boots made from cod skin, a man standing in a bucket of cold water to demonstrate the water tightness of his sealskin boots, an arm wrestling champion and an upside down car on the Sjova stand, the Icelandic Fisheries Exhibition does not disappoint.

Colourful, bustling and never dull, IceFish has pulled out all the stops this year to provide visitors with a truly exciting and interactive experience. Satellite dishes, conveyor belts and food processing machines give people the opportunity to watch in amazement.

The IceFish event which began 30 years ago has grown in size and creativity over the years. In 2014 companies have found interesting ways to make their stands literally... stand out!

Balconies, bars and even a retro coffee bar complete with sofas, soft lighting, a poster of Che Guevara on the walls and a man playing a classical guitar - companies know the importance of making an impact.

Meetings are happening throughout the day at the Icelandic Fisheries Exhibition. Manufacturers, producers, customers and suppliers are using the exhibition to network and strengthen business relations, however if a company is new to the market or relatively unknown then it is essential to stand out from the crowd so that they can provide a clear sales message to potential customers.

If you want to stand out from the crowd and be a part of the Icelandic Fisheries Exhibition 2017 then please contact Jo Miller on jmiller@mercatormedia.com

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