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Aquaculture Today 2007 - Early Bird discounts end today

by the Fish Site Editor
28 February 2007, at 12:00am

UK - The early bird booking discount of 100 for the 2007 Aquaculture Today conference ends today, so if you are interested in attending act now!

The 2007 Aquaculture Today conference is a unique opportunity to listen to, talk to and build relationships with major players in all areas of aquaculture.

The two-day package this year is 495, but Trade Associations and their members receive a fantastic discount SAVING 100. Make your booking before the end of February 2007 and you will also receive this discount - only 395 for two days of conferencing, networking, exhibition and delegate pack, plus a delicious gala dinner on Wednesday 18 April featuring the Fish Farmer Fit for the Future Awards and after-dinner entertainment. Lunch and refreshments are included on both days.

If you haven't attended Aquaculture Today before, you have all this to look forward to...

A varied and informed host of speakers and exhibitors from leading names in fish farming and related industries, science, technology and regulatory disciplines.

Unique chance to learn about changes in customer perceptions, hear about market developments, fluctuations, trends and what your business needs to do to get ahead. Updates on improvements in fish farming practices with respect to technology, feed, security and more. Information that will help make your business more effective and safe. Plus, the conference will report on new initiatives and the effect these are having on taking aquaculture forwards.

Sustainability, innovation, markets, UK and global perspectives are central themes: discussion, learning and business development are key aims.

There's first class entertainment and networking opportunities, providing a relaxed and informal environment to meet new contacts and build relationships.

Awards for innovation in aquaculture: keep ahead with news on what's happening in aquaculture today and how your company can be involved.

the Fish Site Editor