Opportunities for Growth and Collaboration within the Aquaculture Industry throughout Maine, US and Denmark
Join Ramboll and The Danish Trade Council in North America for a webinar series focused on building opportunities for innovation and collaboration between companies in aquaculture.
Look for more details to come soon on upcoming topics in our series:
Water & Wastewater Treatment Technologies Supporting Aquaculture
Danish Recirculating Aquaculture System Technologies
About the webinar series
Maine is home to world-class ocean fisheries and poised for expansion into both coastal and land-based farming of shellfish, kelp and fish to supply the North American seafood market. Denmark enjoys a similar world-class fishing tradition and is a leader in equipment and technologies applied in the aquaculture industry. In this multi-part webinar series, The Danish Trade Council in North America and Ramboll are teaming up to build opportunities for innovation and collaboration between Maine and Denmark companies in the aquaculture industry.
The series will showcase experts from the US and Denmark who will share business insights and build matchmaking opportunities to create collaboration in the aquaculture industry and investment opportunities.
In our first session, Laying the Groundwork – Maine and Denmark’s Position in Aquaculture, experts from the Danish Trade Council and Ramboll will join the Maine North Atlantic Development Office (MENADO) at Maine International Trade Center (MITC) and Fish Tech to discuss Maine's and Denmark's positions in the aquaculture market and explore opportunities for growth.
Tine Hasling Rasmussen
Martin Winkel Lilleoere
Danish Trade Council in North America
The Trade Council is a part of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and assists Danish and international companies with export and investment promotion services. Our export promotion services include export guidance as well as innovation and internationalization solutions for Danish companies looking to expand abroad.
Environment & Health. Water. Energy. Advanced Manufacturing. With a diverse network of engineers, designers and consultants across the Americas and around the world, Ramboll leverages local and global expertise to create sustainable, comprehensive solutions for clients.
The Maine North Atlantic Development Office (MENADO) was formed in 2013 as an initiative of the Maine International Trade Center (MITC) to increase trade, investment and collaborative activity between the State of Maine and markets of the North Atlantic and ensure that the state is included in important discussions regarding the Arctic region, North Atlantic resources and sustainable development. Maine International Trade Center (MITC) helps Maine businesses enter and expand global markets for their products and services. A public-private partnership, MITC is funded through Maine Department of Economic and Community Development (DECD), corporate contributions and membership dues of nearly 300 businesses and organizations.
Danish Fish – Tech Group
Danish Export – Fish Tech is a leading export network of nearly 100 Danish companies, who are strong suppliers of equipment and technology to the international aquaculture, fisheries and/or fish/shellfish processing industry. In the Fish Tech-export network our main focus is to promote Danish businesses abroad, encourage collaboration between companies and organizations nationally and abroad, strengthen networks among businesses within the industries, inform about projects and market opportunities, organize industry specific business events and organize export promotions abroad. Our focus is on initiating initiatives based on the member companies’ interests.