The Business2Sea yearly
event was carried out in Porto between 11th and 13th of November. Its agenda
offered as usual a broad variety of activities, including conference,
workshops, pitch presentations, business-to-business meetings, exhibition area
and gastronomic seafood experiences. In addition, this year’s edition hosted
the 6th Atlantic Stakeholder Platform Conference and the Annual Event of the
Interreg Atlantic Area Programme. The Portuguese Minister of the Sea, Mr.
Ricardo Serrão Santos, was visiting the Business2Sea on Tuesday 12th.
CETMAR and IIM-CSIC played
a relevant role in the organization and development of the event, and both
organizations participated in all the proposed activities, including both
stands in the exhibition area. The Seafood-Age was presented in a number of
meetings and interviews and the project poster was displayed during the three
days of the event.
The Seafood-Age consortium met in Lisbon (Portugal) on the 6th and 7th of November to host the 6M Project Meeting. The meeting consisted of a 2-day event in which partners reviewed the progress achieved and designed the Execution Plan for 2020. The meeting was held at the IPMA’s premises and was co-organised by IIM-CSIC, IPMA and INXENIA.
The first day started with a Co-creation workshop led by CETMAR. The workshop aimed at exploring, together with our stakeholders, the desirable properties of Seafood-Age products (RTE seafood, eco-packaging and smart predictive labels).
In the afternoon, we discussed technical aspects related to Work Packages WP4-WP6; while WP7 and WP8 were addressed during the second day.
Transversal activities on Project coordination, Communication and Capitalization were discussed at different moments during the meeting and formally introduced the second day.
The first coordination meeting of the SEAFOOD-AGE project took place on 14 May in CETMAR’s facilities.
During the session, the eight work packages leaders presented the objectives, the responsibilities of the partners involved, a breakdown of the activities and the timetable in which they will be executed, as well as the expected results and deliverables.
This first contact served to launch the project, create working groups and start the execution of scheduled tasks.
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