Australian Government Grant available
WFC2021 is now an Approved Business Events under the Federal Government’s $50 million Business Events Grant program.
The program is open to Australian businesses and provides financial support for exhibitors and sponsors to participate in WFC2021. Up to 50% of eligible costs may be covered, with grant funding available from $5,000 per application up to a maximum of $250,000.
Applications close 30 June 2021 or prior, if funding is exhausted.
EXHIBIT ON THE WORLD FISHERIES STAGE
Sponsoring or exhibiting at the World Fisheries Congress in September 2021 is an opportunity to showcase your brand to the world fisheries community.
As the congress will now take place both in person and online, this presents a unique opportunity for virtual sponsorship.
A range of virtual sponsorship benefits have been added to the Sponsorship Prospectus, to maximise exposure and engagement with congress participants before, during and after the event. This includes the option of a completely virtual sponsorship package for those who are unable to travel.
For more details, view the updated WFC2021 Sponsorship Prospectus.
Looking ahead to September 2021
As we work towards the next congress in Adelaide from 20-24 September 2021, the WFC2021 organising committee is focused on delivering a dynamic program that is safe and flexible for participants.
Delegates will be invited to participate in person or online through a hybrid program, so the congress can continue to connect the global fisheries and aquaculture community to discuss the sustainable development of the world’s oceans, lakes, estuaries and rivers.
More details on the format and event program will be provided in the new year.
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We look foward to seeing you in Adelaide, Australia in 2021!
World Fisheries Congress buoyed by NOAA partnership
Preparations for the World Fisheries Congress have been buoyed, with the engagement of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) as a Premium Congress Sponsor.
AUSTRAL FISHERIES ON BOARD AS WORLD FISHERIES CONGRESS MAJOR SPONSOR
One of Australia’s largest integrated commercial fishing companies, Austral Fisheries, has signed up as a Major Sponsor for the World Fisheries Congress.
Highly regarded for its commitment to sustainable fishing practises, CEO of Austral Fisheries David Carter, said the decision to sponsor World Fisheries Congress was the right thing to do.
DESTINATION…ADELAIDE, a Great Wine Capital of the world
The vibrant city of Adelaide is the gateway to all 18 of South Australia’s wine regions, from the Barossa, McLaren Vale, Langhorne Creek, Adelaide Hills, Clare Valley, Coonawarra and Riverland.
With more than 200 cellar doors on its doorstep, Adelaide is the wine capital of Australia – and one of the Great Wine Capitals of the World, alongside Bordeaux in France, Napa Valley in the US and Bilbao Rioja in Spain.