Development

13 April 2016

Education and Innovation

Posted in Programs, Development

Development Programs

Education and Innovation

We know that millions of people work in the seafood industry and that many more millions rely on the supply for food security and nutrition.

All aspects of fishing and aquaculture including all pre and post harvest activities involving massive supply chains and service providers including important research, finance and governance are all important aspects of the diverse seafood industry.

Each and every one of us contributes to local, regional and global trade on an immense scale. Sustaining our livelihoods, earnings and employment is essential. Through our various businesses, the seafood economy generates financial security for individuals and a valuable source of economic activity.

Somehow along this incredible journey we have failed to properly educate the public and really develop the industry. We aim to start to make a difference in this area and we hope you will join us so we can share our information and knowledge and find solutions to continuously improve the industry and its users/consumers.

We can grow by learning from nature. For example — scientists believe that the characteristic “v-shaped” flock of migrating geese serves two purposes. First, it creates a current of air along the lines of geese that make it easier for individuals to fly. Second, it may allow for better communication and unity of the flock while in the air. Let's learn from this.

This segment of the website will assist in:

  • Continual Improvement
  • Employment
  • Training/Education/Workforce Development
  • Investment
  • Webinars
  • Seminars
  • Workshops
  • Executive Courses
  • Group buying – insurance, travel, etc
  • Global Seafood Education Platform

Industry standards are imperative as the has learned over the years so we have established a special section for this - known as Open Standards.

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