Held only once every three years the 13th Icefish will return, 8-10 June 2022, with 90% of the exhibition space already booked.
The Original Icelandic Fisheries Exhibition Returns
A must-attend event for all commercial fisheries organisations and associated businesses, Icefish 2022 is set to host the latest developments from the industry showcasing new and innovative products and services, covering every aspect of the commercial fishing industry.
From locating, catching, processing and packaging, right through to the marketing and distribution of the end product, the Icelandic Fisheries Exhibition offers an unrivalled platform. The 2022 exhibition is already over 90% booked, ready to welcome an abundance of returning loyal companies, but also a long list of first time exhibitors from both Iceland and overseas.
Following many months of pandemic restrictions this June’s Icefish will provide exhibitors with the long overdue facility for multiple face to face business meetings in one place.
Large National pavilions will be present from Denmark, Norway, Faroe Islands and new for this exhibition, Spain.
Marianne Rasmussen-Coulling, Events Director, Mercator Media Ltd – Icefish organisers, commented "Icefish 2022 will offer an unparalleled platform in a rapid changing world. As the leading commercial fishing exhibition in the North, Icefish is proven to be the perfect platform to showcase the strength and innovation of the fishing industry. I am very much looking forward to see the exhibition make its spectacular return in June".
Icefish has also launched a new virtual exhibition and community platform, which will give exhibitors in June a reach, far beyond the face to face experience in the exhibition halls over the 3 show days.
June’s event will also welcome new initiatives including:
Icefish Connect virtual exhibition and webinar platform to extend the reach beyond the exhibition halls.
Match making meetings – following the success of 90 meetings between 24 countries in 2017, this will again be a feature during Icefish.
4th Fishwaste for Profit Conference – on day 2 and 3. Iceland truly pioneers in this, it will be aligned with a dedicated area for processing, value added, aquaculture and byproducts within the exhibition.
8th Icelandic Fisheries Awards – held on the first night of the exhibition, the awards recognise excellence in Icelandic and International fisheries and seafood.
Continuous news reporting from sister titles World Fishing and Aquaculture and Fiskifrettir, Iceland’s weekly fishing news paper.
The return of the IceFish Bursary: Bursary of 2 million re-invested into the sector via further education for 4 students at Grindavik Technical College. The judging panel includes representatives from the Icefish organising team, Fisheries Iceland (SFS), Grindavik College, Marel and Landssamband Smábataeigenda.
The 2022 exhibition welcomes a number of new initiatives including a dedicated area for Processing/Value added/Fish farming and By-products.
About IceFish 2022
The Icelandic Fisheries Exhibition and Awards is a Mercator Media event, supported by its sister publication World Fishing & Aquaculture. The 2022 Icelandic Fisheries Exhibition will follow 12 incredibly successful exhibitions, held triennially since 1984.
The Icelandic Fisheries Exhibition will return from the 8-10 June 2022.
About Mercator Media Ltd
Established in 1989 UK-based Mercator Media Ltd (MML) is an events, magazines and online B2B media business, specialising in the commercial marine sector. Mercator Media knows how to create and disseminate vital content that moves markets centred around the world’s commercial marine infrastructure. It is a global leader in the creation of integrated marketing strategies for clients using a range of channels including print, online, events and research. Mercator’s magazines, events and online resources are produced by industry experts dedicated to providing the critical insight, analysis and relevant connections sought by business professionals who are advancing their specific fields.
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