The meetings, which will take place across the UK, give Seafish the opportunity to explain the outcomes from the October workshops, the impact they will have on Seafish, some fundamental changes the organisation plans to make, and some ideas on future strategic direction and desired outcomes. Industry representatives are once again being encouraged to attend to gain a comprehensive insight into the future of Seafish, and take the opportunity to discuss the key elements with representatives of the organisation.
The dates are:
All meetings start at 1100 apart from Redruth which begins at 1230 and Grimsby, which begins at 1300, and they will last approximately 1.5 hours. Representatives of the industry interested in attending should register with Seafish by emailing email@example.com or calling Tricia Jordan on: 01472 252317.
Paul Williams, Chief Executive of Seafish, said: "We have been greatly encouraged by the excellent response from industry to this Discussion process so far, and thank all those who have participated. This has provided strong guidance on our future direction, and we look forward to meeting with stakeholders over the next few weeks to share a routemap for the organisation which they themselves have helped to shape."