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Kickstart your autumn with «The AKVAculture Day”

The event, which takes place in BI’s facilities at Marineholmen in Bergen, 

Achieving the best fish performance – how can technology contribute? Learn the answer to this and more at this year’s “AKVAculture Day” (AKVAkulturdagen), which takes place in Bergen on September 12th.

Akvagroup Asa

AKVA group is pleased to invite customers, partners and other interested parties to an exciting
seminar in Bergen on September 12th. We can offer a varied program with lectures by e.g. State Secretary Roy Angelvik from the Norwegian Ministry of Trade, Industry and Fisheries, Global Research Director in Marine Harvest and Chairman of the board in CAC, Øyvind Oaland, Director for NCE Seafood Innovation Cluster, Tanja Hoel, and several professional resources within biology and technology.

The event, which takes place in BI’s facilities at Marineholmen in Bergen, Norway, starts at 10 a.m. and ends with dinner at 6.30 p.m. You may sign up for free, but seats are limited so we advice you to book early.

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