SEAFOOD DIRECTIONS 2015
Australian Seafood Industry National Conference
Well, Seafood Directions 2015 has taken place and what a conference it was. The theme, “selling our story” really did lead to our extensive industry doing just that.
Each session had speakers and topics that told the story, asked the questions and provoked thought for answers. There were some amazing presentations and the 290 delegates were treated to some first class discussions.
Seafood Directions 2015 brought to us a very impressive range of speakers, including visitors from overseas and their stories too were both informative and provocative.
The venue, Crown Burswood was first class and everyone was extremely well catered for and the events flowed very well. I trust all who attended left feeling the enriched by the conference and the feedback to me has confirmed that.
For such a successful conference there are many people to thank.
Foremost our wonderful speakers, especially our international speakers, our amazing sponsors, the very hardworking organizing committee and WAFIC staff. My sincere thanks to you all.
Finally, the fantastic 2015 National Seafood Industry Awards Gala Dinner attended by 420 was such a pleasant evening held at the conclusion of the conference. Guests were treated to a superb seafood dinner, fine wines and enjoyed seeing our industry champions recognised for their achievements.
Thanks again to everyone and I look forward to seeing you all again in New South Wales at Seafood Directions 2017.
Chairman, Western Australian Fishing Industry Council
Chairman, Seafood Directions 2015
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2015 NSIA Winners and Hall of Fame Inductees
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