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World Seafood Congress to coincide with Icefish

The World Seafood Congress, which will be held for the first time in Iceland, will coincide with Icefish 2017. This important biennial congress is expected to bring a 500-strong international audience.

The World Seafood Congress, previously held in Washington DC, US; St. Johns, Canada and Grimsby, UK, brings together a global audience of seafood processors and importers, academia, public and private organisations, fish inspectors and government. The Congress focuses on trading initiatives and developments in the seafood sector, and will be a perfect complement to the tri-annual Icelandic Fisheries Exhibition.

Further information about the World Seafood Conference 2017 can be found here.

Both Icefish and WSC are on Twitter: @icefishevent "English @IcefishE "Icelandic, @WSC_2017 and you can also find Icefish on LinkedIn.

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