5-7 September 2017 | Wanchai, Hong Kong
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2017 Expo Highlights

 

2017 Event Schedule:

**All events listed below were free to 2017 attendees – Program is still under development. Check back again for updates**

Day 1
06 Sep 2016
Day 2
07 Sep 2016
Day 3
08 Sep 2016

Culinary Demonstration: Alaskan King Crab – Wild Caught, Sustainable Seafood from Premier Harvest

Culinary Demonstration | Learn how to prepare and create delicious recipes with Alaskan king crab and other wild caught seafood from Native American Indians and Alaska Natives in the USA.
Chef Justin Timineri
American Indian Foods

Networking Event – Seafood Party

Seafood Donations Provided by:
Wanchese Fish Company
Tasmanian Seafoods Pty Ltd
Tai Foong
Gabriel Seafood Company Ltd
Hydean Biotechnology Ltd
Maine Coast
Coast Seafood AS

Panel Discussion: How Sustainability is Changing Asian Seafood Markets

PANEL DISCUSSION |  The term sustainability has ranked low on the priorities of consumers in China, who have been more worried about food safety in recent years. But this is...
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Chris Hanselman
Hong Lee
Sheryl Tores-Wu
CW Cheung
Mark Kwok
Mark Godfrey

Sponsored Session: Cold Chain Services Development in China

Sponsored Session
Swire Cold Chain Logistics (Shanghai) Company Limited

Culinary Demonstration: Alaskan Wild Salmon- Wild Caught, Sustainable Seafood from Arctic Circle Wild Salmon

Culinary Demonstration | Learn how to prepare and create delicious recipes with Alaskan salmon and other wild caught seafood from Native American Indians and Alaska Natives in the USA.
Chef Justin Timineri
American Indian Foods

Panel Discussion: eCommerce: the Most Effective Way to Grow your Asian Seafood Sales

PANEL DISCUSSION |  Online sales have disrupted traditional retail models in Asia and particularly in China where conventional retailers are rapidly expanding their online platforms to capitalise on growing sales...
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Sigmund Bjorgo
Markus Bihler
John (Jack) Connelly
Mark Godfrey
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