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ACG seekssupport to develop Aquaculture Voices project

Financial support is sought for a project to capture the experience of veteran industry members in their own words and use high definition video and the Internet to carry their messages to the global community

December 10, 2014

The Aquaculture Communications Group (ACG) has launched a project to capture the experience of veteran industry members in their own words and use high definition video and the Internet to carry their messages to the global community.

ACG funded the first round of interviews. To date, a total of nineteen industry veterans with a wide range of personal experiences in different parts of the world have been interviewed.(On the interview page on ACG\'s website you can watch the project video trailer and all of the nineteen interviews).

“ACG started this project without any external funding because we believe in the importance of the project”, Tor-Eddie Fossbakk, ACG Founding Partner said.

“We hope to continue to collect interviews with other industry veterans from around the world and bring their experiences, knowledge and insight to the global fish farming community”.

“We believe it is important to record and preserve the stories from industry pioneers and veterans for current and future generations aquaculturists”, Mr. Fossbakk continued.

To secure this project´s success ACG is seeking financial contributions, large or small, to continue this project for as long as possible. There are many industry voices that have yet to be heard in their own words. Suggestions for people to interview are also encouraged,

For further information, contributions and suggestions, please contact:

Tor-Eddie Fossbakk, Senior Consultant, Founding Partner, The Aquaculture Communications Group, LLC., 47218 Manhattan Circle, Novi, MI 48374, USA. Phone: +1 248 305 9339; Skype: toreddie; E-mail: tor-eddie@aquacomgroup.comWeb: www.aquacomgroup.com

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