BioMarine is a private organization at the intersection of research, business, and investment. Since 2008, our socio-economic approach is designed to optimize and accelerate business opportunities as well as the development of small, innovative companies. BioMarine Organization offers consulting services and has organized since 2008 international events such as 10 BioMarine Business Conventions, several thematic workshops with one-to-one meetings (on site or virtually), and MyBlueCity expos. In 2021 and 2022, Seaweed Around The Clock, our last innovative event, showcased non-stop for 24 hours the seaweed industry from New Zealand to French Polynesia, giving the floor not only to experts from science, industry, or finance but also to First Nations and Aboriginal communities who explained their link to the ocean.
The "Exhibit Hall" is a collection of booths hosted by the exhibitors, vendors, partners, and sponsors. Members and event attendees can interact, engage, and chat with them. They can take a look at the exhibitors’ company profiles, documents, videos, products, etc.
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To view BioMarine360 interviews, “One Hour With” or other replays, check YouTube BioMarineTV , the new online channel dedicated to marine bio resources and the blue growth. It is an open channel. Some of our videos are:
BioMarine 360 (Quick interviews)
Rhianna Rees, Seaweed Academy Coordinator, SAMS Enterprise , UK here
Jean-Baptiste Dellon, CEO of Seppic, France here
Assaf Shechter, Co-Founder and Executive Chairman of Enzootic,Singapore here
Mario de Tilly, Directeur de IDETR, Qc, Canada here
Paul Garrott , CEO & Managing Director, Marinova, Australia here
Hugh Butler, founder of Biosea Health, Philippines and Sunshine Coast Australia here
Stephanie Canac, co-founder of OceanHub Africa, South Africa Here
Sigurbjörg Daníelsdóttir,CEO of Sjobjorg, Norway here
Ghislaine Tissot-Lécuelle, CEO of Alganelle, France here
Wenche Uksnøy, Manager of the cluster NCE (Norwegian Centres of Expertise) Blue Legasea. Here
Marc St Onge, CEO of Smal Food Inc. and also founder of Bend Beauty. Canada here
Jason Cole, Executive Vice President, Innovation of C-Combinator, USA. here
Lilja Kjalarsdóttir, CEO Saga Natura Iceland. here
“One Hour with”
Pierre Rocheteau, CEO Olgram, France : VIDEO - PODCAST
Eva Prieschl, CSO Marinomed, Austria : VIDEO - PODCAST
Rudy Koopmans, Director, Plastics Innovation Competence Center, Switzerland VIDEO - PODCAST
Vincent Nida, Deputy CEO Premium Beauty Division & New Businesses, Groupe Rocher, France VIDEO - PODCAST
Valeria Montalescot, Senior Project manager for Global Seaweed Star, Scottish Association For Marine Science, UK VIDEO
Eric de Quatrebarbes, Executive Vice President Capgemini – Head of the Europe Cluster Business Unit VIDEO
Visit the Auditorium for live-streamed content.
New Zealand’s unique position to build a strong seaweed economy
Chief Scientists will share their vision and strategies for Seaweed in Australia
How to transform applied research into profitable businesses?
How can the next generation impact the seaweed industry?
Revitalizing traditional knowledge and empowering the next gen!
What is the right social model to build strong seaweed businesses?
How can seaweed farming could foster regional economic development?
What are the next steps in financing seaweed companies?
How can seaweed revolutionize the pharmaceutical sector?
How can seaweed contribute to make fashion industry cleaner?
Developing seaweed polymers as a real alternative for food packaging
Seaweed: the driver of the industrial food revolution
Ireland’s Seaweed Success – Expertise, Innovation and Opportunity’
Developing a pragmatic sustainable seaweed industry in partnership with local native communities
Could, seaweed bio stimulants, fertilizers, and feed additives for methane reduction, replace existing regular chemical products?
Developing a new social economic model for fishermen and local communities
Sargassum: turning the tide into a blue opportunity
Seaweed farms & carbon: reality or illusion?
How can seaweed address the plastic issue?
How can working with indigenous communities help the seaweed industry?
The emerging trends and potential of Seaweed in the Pacific Island states