Skretting and Nutreco are proud to share the exemplary lineup of speakers for AquaVision 2020. In today’s world, with a plethora of online content available for viewing, AquaVision will provide our audience with a fast-paced and engaging program. For this first online event, we will dive into some very relevant topics in today’s landscape, including trust, digital innovation, and whether or not our industry will even survive the coming decades.
Information source: Skretting / press release
I am delighted that AquaVision 2020 has gone virtual for the first time since its beginnings in 1996, continuing to bring together the leaders, communities and stakeholders within the aquaculture industry,” says Nutreco CEO Rob Koremans. “Going virtual means that we can reach more members of the industry and cultivate unprecedented global engagement.”
Rachel Botsman is an author and Trust Fellow at Oxford University, and a leading expert on trust in the modern world. She is the critically acclaimed author of Who Can You Trust? – a groundbreaking book that explores how technology is radically transforming human trust. As Trust Fellow Oxford University’s Saïd Business School, Rachel also advises organisations around the world on how to build a trustworthy culture and is a regular contributor to publications including The Guardian, The New York Times, Harvard Business Review and Wired and the host of the Rachel Botsman’s Trust Issues podcast where she shares her insights to help us make smarter decisions around trust.
Peter Hinssen is an entrepreneur, advisor, keynote speaker and author. He will join AquaVision to provide insight about how to leverage digital platorms and data to out-innovate competitors. Peter is known as one of Europe’s most respected thought leaders on the impact of technology on our society, with a focus on the consumer adoption of technology, on the impact of the networked digital society, and on the alignment between business and IT. Peter is currently involved as a coach developing future innovation perspectives, and is a board advisor on subjects related to innovation and IT. With a focus on what corporates can learn from startups, on the cultural dimension of innovation and change, and on the organisational patterns of innovation: how to move from inspiration to execution when it comes to disruption – Peter will add a new dimension to AquaVision.
Catherine Tubb is a researcher at RethinkX, and co-author of a topical report on food and agriculture published in 2019 titled “Rethinking Food and Agriculture 2020-2030: The second domestication of plants and animals, the disruption of the cow and the collapse of the industrial livestock industry”. London-based, during AquaVision 2020 Catherine will share insights into the changing food landscape. An experienced analyst with a demonstrated history of working in research, Catherine holds a PhD in Chemistry from Cambridge University.
AquaVision 2020 will again be moderated by Pellegrino Riccardi, who has hosted the two previous AquaVision events in Stavanger. He will be joined by hosts from Nutreco and Skretting, including Nutreco CEO Rob Koremans, Skretting CEO Therese Log Bergjord and Robert van den Breemer, Skretting Procurement Director.
“We need to bring more people into the conversation to tackle the challenges of tomorrow, today,” says Skretting CEO Therese Log Bergjord. “If we are serious about addressing industry challenges we need to do it together. This is why I am thrilled that more of our industry stakeholders will be able to join the conversation. AquaVision 2020 is not to be missed.”
Register for the virtual event by clicking here: https://www.aquavision.org/