PrimeFish (2015-2019) has wrapped after 4 years of research in the European seafood market. Thanks to the dedicated work of the consortia members and many stakeholders, its results have paved the way for a more knowledgeable seafood sector.
PrimeFish DSS is a webtool for fishermen, aquaculture producers, processing companies, market analysts, public authorities and other stakeholders. It is an innovative market-orientated prediction toolbox to strengthen the economic sustainability and competitiveness of European seafood on local and global markets.
Access here the main outputs developped by the H2020 project PrimeFish (2015-2019) for the seafood industry:
- The market intelligence tool PrimeDSS
Method selection, configuration and harmonisation
Economic Performance and Prices
Vigo (Spain) will host the final and international conference of the Horizon 2020 project PrimeFish on the 30th of January 2019.
The meeting will be focus on insights into:
PrimeFish organises a workshop to explore possible ways to integrate the project outputs in the Blue Growth strategy
PrimeFish joined policy makers and members of advisory bodies linked to the Blue Growth strategy in the workshop “Aligning the PrimeFish Contributions to the Blue Growth Strategy” held on Brussels on the 25th of October. After more than 35 meetings with stakeholders and presentations at trade fairs, the project was ready to present its catalogue of results and to spot opportunities to bring evidences to the European policy arena with the aim of building policy recommendations.
Thursday, 4th of October at 12.00 pm the Xunta de Galicia stand will host a presentation with the analysis of Spanish seafood consumers developed by the PrimeFish project. The event will be held in Spanish. Interested attendants can check the programme and apply for registration at:
From September until December 2018 the project will organise periodic webinars to disseminate the project tools and outcomes among the international fisheries and aquaculture sector.
The webinars will dive deep on the methods utilised by PrimeFish partners, data and possible applications of these results. Participants will be able to test PrimeFish tools, interact directly with the main authors of the research and access main project documentation on the topic.
A project on seafood safety takes home the business project prize in the European Seafood Economy Summer School
During 5 days, more than 10 international participants took part in the European Seafood Economy Summer School, the short course organised by the PrimeFish project in collaboration with the University of Applied Sciences of Bremenhaven (Germany). Experts in international seafood economy and marketing explored topics such as the economic performance of seafood industries, the seafood value chain, international trade, product development and market research.
On the 28th of June the World Marketing Congress hosts a session on the PrimeFish project:
9.00 - 10.30 Session 5.4: The PrimeFish project: Developing a Market- Oriented Prediction Toolbox for Seafood
9.00. PrimeFish: Strengthening the Competitiveness of the Seafood Sector
9.20. A toolbox for supporting the marketing of seafood products
José L. Santiago
Are you interested on updating your knowledge on the European seafood sector? Are you a young professional or researcher in the seafood sector? Are you a student of business or finances?
PrimeFish and the University of Applied Sciences Bremenhaven will join international experts and industry representatives from the 6th to the 10th of August in Bremerhaven (Germany), one of the largest hubs for the seafood industry in Europe.