8th BioMarine International Business Convention
1-3 oct 2017, Rimouski Qc, Canada View Location

Feb 28

Where your US next venture starts…

““Where your next venture starts”

Over the course of the past five years, we have been targeting the most “blue business friendly” locations in the world. This has enabled us to organize conventions that now serve as a real seabed for your future ventures and operations. During our last edition, Portugal demonstrated its ability and willingness to embrace the force of the blue economy and effectively helped to convince others to join the blue growth wave. Biomarine however is not a discussion forum: we want to create change through actions. That is why we strive to find the best opportunities, the best investors, and the best partners for your projects. So what’s next?”

Feb 23

“One, if by Land, and two if by Sea:” Innovation and Transformation of Marine Bio-resources

““One, if by land, and two, if by sea”

This phrase, coined by American poet Henry W. Longfellow in his poem, Paul Revere’s Ride, was a reference to the secret signal orchestrated by Revere during his historic ride from Boston to Concord on the verge of American Revolutionary War. The signal was meant to alert patriots about the route the British troops chose to advance to Concord. It was agreed that one lantern meant that the troops chose the longer land route and two lanterns meant the shorter route by water.”

Feb 2

The Maritime renaissance

“The most promising news is that the blue economy is skyrocketing. One of the main obstacles that must be addressed however is raising awareness about the utility of the blue economy to the general public. Many developing countries progressively starting to understand that there is a gold mine (or rather a blue mine) just off their coasts. The real challenge is to find real leadership. Where are the decision-makers, where are the investors, where are the politicians who will make the public embrace the blue rush?..”

Oct 24

#BioMarine Hash-tag for beginners

#BioMarine Once you’ve started using Twitter, it won’t take long before you come across what’s known as a hash tag. That’s when you see something in a tweet that has a # prefix. (The # is a hash symbol, hence the term hash tag or, more commonly now, hash tag.) When I first saw them, […]