Conservation | November 18, 2017

Eight winners of the Fish 2.0 business competition snag startup cash and a network

Roodgally Senatus
ImpactAlpha Editor

Roodgally Senatus

This year’s winners include: EnerGaia, which is rooftop farming spirulina algae in Bangkok, and Sustainable Fishery Trade, which is cultivating fair and sustainable trade among South America’s artisanal fisheries and working to make octopus processing more inclusive of women.

The Fish 2.0 competition, now completing its third cycle, connects sustainable seafood ventures with investors.

Eight winners from six regional and two globals tracks took home $5,000 each in cash.

Thirty-nine startups were selected to present to judges and investors after a seven-month online program to help them hone their business plans.