Collaboration has become a proven and valuable business strategy for the seafood industry in addressing sustainability issues.
The Seafood Co-Lab rewards cross-sector collaborations with supportive collaboration from the broader community.
This approach creates a conduit for the wealth of knowledge, skills, experience, strategies, and perspectives in the sustainable seafood community to actively support new solutions in aquaculture and wild-caught fisheries.
Co-Lab is soliciting support from the seafood industry and other stakeholders through two opportunities:
Collaborate with Co-Lab: Stay updated on Co-Lab activities or take the next step and contribute to the process by joining the Co-Lab team of experts.
Sponsor Co-Lab: Through a $1,000 sponsorship, build on the seafood industry and seafood community’s historic track record of collaborative problem solving.
Business and the broader seafood community benefit from Co-Lab in many ways:
- Fresh and innovative approaches to sustainability challenges
- Valuable new contacts and connections
- Through online voting, direct input into focus areas addressed
- Communications & outreach promotion of sponsors
- Public recognition of the seafood industry’s contribution to sustainability
SeaWeb serves the sustainable seafood community by nourishing a coordinated infrastructure of people and knowledge to guide, inspire and reward the seafood industry’s uptake of sustainable practices.
The Conservation Alliance for Seafood Solutions connects leading conservation groups from North America, South America, Europe, and Japan that work with businesses throughout the supply chain from fishermen and fish farmers to retailers and restaurants.