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Norwegian fishing accelarator announces spring cohorts

The aquaculture-focused firms will collaborate with companies from Europe, the United States and Asia.

Aquaculture investment firm Alimentos Ventures is launching its aquaculture-focused accelerator program HATCH in Bergen.

The first project will be delivered between April and June, with cohorts Bergen Teknologioverforing (BTO), and the Seafood Innovation Cluster.

HATCH’s next cohort will be located in Cork, Ireland in the third and fourth quarter of 2018 and the program will further expand to South East Asia in 2019.

The companies selected for the spring 2018 cohort are Norway-based AlgaePro, India-based Aqua Connect, US-based Finless Foods, Indonesia-based Jala, US Manolin, Portugal-based Sensaway, UK-based Tradeit and Thai VerifiK8.

“This is truly a global programme with the teams selected originating from 7 different countries, as far away as India, Thailand and Indonesia to the USA, Norway, Portugal and the UK,” said Carsten Krome, HATCH CEO.

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