Is it realistic to think life will be back to normal by September? Will the Boston seafood show really go ahead?
In this week's IntraFish podcast, we take a hard reality check on the coronavirus impacts and whether how we conduct business will ever be the same again, including the continuation of trade shows.
We also discuss the likelihood of capital injections in the seafood sector's riskier projects at this time and what this might mean for innovation in the short and medium term.
So join IntraFish Editor-in-Chief Drew Cherry, Executive Editor John Fiorillo and Editor Rachel Mutter by listening in below, and feel free to add your insight by emailing any one of us with your thoughts.
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Listen to our previous episodes here:
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Does America suck at seafood?
The coronavirus effect, Alaska's salmon industry shakeout and land-based's 'dirty little secret'
Can Alaska pollock reinvent itself?
Who's afraid of artificial seafood?
Saudi salmon farming, Q2 money-makers, and Skretting's search for the next big thing
Aquaculture's latest tech, exuberant salmon investors and the promise of fecal feed
The world's seafood companies are bigger than you think
Let them eat worms? Solutions to salmon nematodes remain elusive
Brexit can't stop the beating heart of UK seafood