European Seafood Economy Summer School

06 August – 10 August 2018
Bremerhaven, Germany

The PrimeFish project and the Technical University of Bremenhaven will join international experts and industry to offer a general outlook on the current challenges of a highly internationalized sector whilst developing the skills needed to build a career in the seafood sector. The program aims to provide participants with latest analysis of the value chain, international trade or market research, while offering practical insights on the development of business and marketing proposals adapted to the particularities of the seafood sector. Full information is also available in the attached brochure and on the PrimeFish website

Course requirements

Designed for students, graduates, post graduates and young professionals from the fields of economy, business, finance and other related fields. Lessons and workshop will be in English.

What to expect

  • Lectures by international seafood economy & marketing experts
  • workshop (the Business Lab), access to guidelines and tools to develop your own business proposal
  • Networking opportunities with industry representatives and researchers
  • Development of entrepreneurial skills: team work, drafting of proposals, pitching projects

Programme

Participants will explore a wide range of current issues and pressing challenges for the seafood sector, such as the economic performance of industries, the seafood value chain, international trade (focused on the pangasius case), product development, market research or sensory aspects of the seafood products.

A detailed programme, the profiles of speakers and further information is available under the following link

Registration

The course itself is offered free of charge. Accommodation can be either self-organized or booked separately through an optional fee.

Do not hesitate to contact the CETMAR Team: Mercedes Fernández Núñez at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for further information.