Save the Date!

2019 BC Seafood Expo, June 10 & 11
Comox Valley, BC, Canada

Save the Date!

2019 BC Seafood Expo, June 10 & 11
Comox Valley, BC, Canada

Save the Date!

2019 BC Seafood Expo, June 10 & 11
Comox Valley, BC, Canada

Save the Date!

2019 BC Seafood Expo, June 10 & 11
Comox Valley, BC, Canada

Save the Date!

2019 BC Seafood Expo, June 10 & 11
Comox Valley, BC, Canada

Save the Date!

2019 BC Seafood Expo, June 10 & 11
Comox Valley, BC, Canada

Save the Date!

2019 BC Seafood Expo, June 10 & 11
Comox Valley, BC, Canada

Save the Date!

2019 BC Seafood Expo, June 10 & 11
Comox Valley, BC, Canada

Save the Date!

2019 BC Seafood Expo, June 10 & 11
Comox Valley, BC, Canada

Save the Date!

2019 BC Seafood Expo, June 10 & 11
Comox Valley, BC, Canada

Save the Date!

2019 BC Seafood Expo, June 10 & 11
Comox Valley, BC, Canada

Save the Date!

2019 BC Seafood Expo, June 10 & 11
Comox Valley, BC, Canada

2019 Expo Countdown

About the BC Seafood Expo and Trade Show

June 10 & 11, 2019
Held in stunning Comox Valley, British Columbia

Don’t miss one of the largest seafood industry trade events in the pacific northwest attracting suppliers, buyers, distributors, producers, industry leaders and government representatives to network, meet and grow the seafood sector and their bottom line.

#BCSeafoodExpo

   

2018 Delegate Registration

The Expo features over 50 Trade Show exhibitors, leading speakers in their fields and provides a venue to network with industry leaders, international buyers, distributors, and educators for every type of fish, seafood, and seafood related products and services.

Your Trade Show delegate registration includes the following:

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2018 Exhibitor Registration

The BC Seafood Expo Trade Show is an excellent opportunity to showcase your services to a diverse range of both wild fishery and aquaculture sectors and leaders.

Your Trade Show exhibitor booth registration includes the following:

  • 8’x8’ booth area with an 8’ high drapery back wall and a 3’ high drapery side wall
  • 1 BC Seafood Expo All Access Pass (access to networking events, keynote sessions, and receptions)
  • 6’ skirted table and chairs
  • electrical plug
  • WiFi

SOLD OUT!

For inquiries please contact Geoff Crawford, geoff@investcomoxvalley.com.

BC Seafood Expo Schedule

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Excel Career College

BC Shellfish Growers Association

BC Salmon Farmers Association

Ministry of Agriculture

Ministry of Jobs, Trade & Technology

07:00
07:30
08:00
08:30
09:00
09:30
10:00
10:30
11:00
11:30
12:00
12:30
13:00
13:30
14:00
14:30
15:00
15:30
16:00
16:30
17:00
17:30
18:00
18:30
19:00
19:30
20:00
20:30

June 10
June 10

Biology Lifecycle Workshop
10:00 – 13:00
Excel Career College

Biology Lifecycle Workshop
10:00 – 13:00
Excel Career College

Room
Soroptimist Lounge

Venue
Florence Filberg Centre

Hosted by
Excel Career College

Speaker: Lesley Chapman

Explore the life cycle and anatomy of salmonids. Stages of development from egg to adult will be investigated, the smoltification process described, and the adult stat leading to spawning discussed.

Dock Days at the Comox Harbor
11:00 – 11:00

Dock Days at the Comox Harbor

Wharf Tour

Join Rob Clarke, President of the Harbour Authority Association of BC and Wharfinger at the Comox Valley Harbour Authority (CVHA) and enjoy a guided walk of the Fisherman’s Wharf learning about the commercial fishing industry, stopping at different fishing vessels along the way. Different gear types and fishing methods will be discussed as well as costs associated with being a commercial fisherman and benefits the industry has to the coastal communities. Learn how the fishermen target their species associated with their license and how bycatch is dealt with.

FishSafe BC and the BC Young Fishermen’s Network will also be participating in the tour.

FishSafe BC speaker: Dennis Dobrilla

Come Tour a Salmon Farm!
11:00 – 16:00
BC Salmon Farmers Association

Come Tour a Salmon Farm!
11:00 – 16:00
BC Salmon Farmers Association

Hosted by
BC Salmon Farmers Association

Join the BC Salmon Farmers Association on a tour of a working salmon farm.

Come see for yourself what salmon farming is all about. This is a great opportunity to gain a greater understanding of the industry and the high level of expertise and technology in growing BC farm-raised salmon.

You’ll have the opportunity to see a farm while you chat with farm staff about the operations. You’ll also enjoy a scenic boat ride from Campbell River through the Discovery Passage. The tour lasts about 1 hour and box lunch is included. Gluten free available if requested.

How to Dress & What to Bring: We travel to the farm in a comfortable covered water taxi. Guests are required to use footbaths so a sturdy shoe is recommended. No open-toe shoes please. We’ll spend most of our time outside so a hat and suntan lotion are good ideas for the trip.

Due to limited space on each tour, advanced booking is required.

Dock Days at the Comox Harbor
14:00 – 14:00

Dock Days at the Comox Harbor

Wharf Tour

Join Rob Clarke, President of the Harbour Authority Association of BC and Wharfinger at the Comox Valley Harbour Authority (CVHA) and enjoy a guided walk of the Fisherman’s Wharf learning about the commercial fishing industry, stopping at different fishing vessels along the way. Different gear types and fishing methods will be discussed as well as costs associated with being a commercial fisherman and benefits the industry has to the coastal communities. Learn how the fishermen target their species associated with their license and how bycatch is dealt with.

FishSafe BC and the BC Young Fishermen’s Network will also be participating in the tour.

FishSafe BC speaker: Dennis Dobrilla

Trade Show Move In & Exhibitor Registration
15:30 – 18:00

Trade Show Move In & Exhibitor Registration
15:30 – 18:00

Venue
Florence Filberg Centre & Native Sons Hall

June 11
June 11

Trade Show Move In & Exhibitor Registration
07:00 – 08:30

Trade Show Move In & Exhibitor Registration
07:00 – 08:30

Venue
Florence Filberg Centre & Native Sons Hall

Registration & Trade Show Open
08:30 – 09:00

Registration & Trade Show Open
08:30 – 09:00

Venue
Conference Hall, Florence Filberg Centre & Native Sons Hall

Sustainability Fisheries Workshop
09:00 – 12:00
Excel Career College

Sustainability Fisheries Workshop
09:00 – 12:00
Excel Career College

Room
Soroptimist Lounge

Venue
Florence Filberg Centre

Hosted by
Excel Career College

Type
Session

Speaker: Lesley Chapman

Explore the influence of environmental and aquaculture conditions on the performance of fish, as well as the procedures required to maintain healthy fish. Industry and regulatory protocols are introduced.

MaPP First Nations Aquaculture Resources for Commercialization (ARC) Workshop
09:00 – 12:00
Ministry of Agriculture

MaPP First Nations Aquaculture Resources for Commercialization (ARC) Workshop
09:00 – 12:00
Ministry of Agriculture

Room
Lodge Room

Venue
Native Sons Hall

Hosted by
Ministry of Agriculture

Type
Session

Under the Marine Plan Partnership (MaPP) initiative, first nations communities in the 4 MaPP regions, Haida Gwaii, North Coast, Central Coast, and North Vancouver Island, have been working to develop marine plans and coast resource economic opportunities, one of which is aquaculture and fisheries. Concurrently, First Nations in other coastal areas of BC have been actively engaged in seafood economic opportunities though research, pilot and commercial projects. The goal of the MaPP ARC workshop is to present an update on these various projects and facilitate a broader discussion on financial and business resources currently available to First Nations communities for the development of business opportunities along the entire seafood value chain.

Moderator: Myron Roth, Ph.D., P.Ag. Industry Specialist – Aquaculture & Seafood, BC Ministry of Agriculture.


Session 1: Aquaculture funding opportunities and how to harness them – Using a funder’s perspective

In this presentation we will discuss some upcoming aquaculture funding opportunities and how communities can begin working toward planning and developing eligible projects. We will also discuss business planning from the perspective of a funder. What are funders looking for in a successful application and how can you work toward developing projects that meet those requirements?

Speaker: Kelly Masson – Lead, PICFI Business Development Team (The Castlemain Group)


Session 2: Banking Resources

Session summary TBA

Speaker: Lynn Lashuk, P.Ag, Agriculture Manager, BMO Bank of Montreal

Exploring Priorities for Marine Environmental Research on BC’s Coasts*
09:00 – 12:00
BC Salmon Farmers Association

Exploring Priorities for Marine Environmental Research on BC’s Coasts*
09:00 – 12:00
BC Salmon Farmers Association

Room
Rotary Hall

Venue
Florence Filberg Centre

Hosted by
BC Salmon Farmers Association

Type
Session

Speakers:

Moderator: Ronald J Lewis

*If you wish to attend this session, please register by contacting Joanne Liutkus, BCSFA, directly:
joanne@bcsalmonfarmers.ca

In 2015, the BC Salmon Farmers Association developed the Marine Environmental Research Program (MERP), committing $1.5 million in research funds between 2015 and 2020, to be utilized in collaborations with government, academic and independent research institutions. The purpose of the program has been to gain a better understanding of the marine environment and B.C.’s wild marine species, particularly wild salmon stocks, and to develop research partnerships. Priorities to guide decisions on project funding were set through a series of workshop consultations.

In partnership with the BC Seafood Expo, the Association will conduct a workshop to discuss priorities for this important initiative. The workshop will be an opportunity for researchers, government and industry stakeholders to share their expertise and evaluate research priorities.

Coffee & Networking Break
10:15 – 10:45

Coffee & Networking Break
10:15 – 10:45

Venue
Florence Filberg Centre & Native Sons Hall

Provided by Rocky Mountain Coffee Company

Lunch & Networking
12:00 – 13:00

Lunch & Networking
12:00 – 13:00

Venue
Florence Filberg Centre & Native Sons Hall

Keynote Plenary Session 1: Calvin Helin
13:00 – 14:00

Keynote Plenary Session 1: Calvin Helin
13:00 – 14:00

Venue
Sid Williams Theatre

Type
Session

About Calvin Helin

Exploring International Markets for Indigenous Seafood
14:00 – 16:30
Ministry of Jobs, Trade & Technology

Exploring International Markets for Indigenous Seafood
14:00 – 16:30
Ministry of Jobs, Trade & Technology

Room
Lodge Room

Venue
Native Sons Hall

Hosted by
Ministry of Jobs, Trade & Technology

Type
Session

Speakers: Rob Arthurs & Allison Boulton

Exploring International Markets for Indigenous Seafood Workshop is for Indigenous seafood harvesters and processors who are export-ready, interested in exporting, or are looking to expand current exports to new markets.

The workshop is hosted by the British Columbia Ministry of Jobs, Trade and Technology, International Business Development Division. In the workshop, you will explore export markets and hear from experts and trade managers who will share valuable insights on the process of exporting products internationally, including:

  • Finding your target market
  • Understanding regulations
  • Financing your international sales
  • Transporting your products to market
  • Showcasing your product to international buyers

Exploring Priorities for Marine Environmental Research on BC’s Coasts*
14:00 – 16:30
BC Salmon Farmers Association

Exploring Priorities for Marine Environmental Research on BC’s Coasts*
14:00 – 16:30
BC Salmon Farmers Association

Room
Rotary Hall

Venue
Florence Filberg Centre

Hosted by
BC Salmon Farmers Association

Type
Session

Speakers:

Moderator: Ronald J Lewis

*If you wish to attend this session, please register by contacting Joanne Liutkus, BCSFA, directly:
joanne@bcsalmonfarmers.ca

In 2015, the BC Salmon Farmers Association developed the Marine Environmental Research Program (MERP), committing $1.5 million in research funds between 2015 and 2020, to be utilized in collaborations with government, academic and independent research institutions. The purpose of the program has been to gain a better understanding of the marine environment and B.C.’s wild marine species, particularly wild salmon stocks, and to develop research partnerships. Priorities to guide decisions on project funding were set through a series of workshop consultations.

In partnership with the BC Seafood Expo, the Association will conduct a workshop to discuss priorities for this important initiative. The workshop will be an opportunity for researchers, government and industry stakeholders to share their expertise and evaluate research priorities.

If you wish to register for this session please contact Joanne Liutkus, BCSFA, directly:
joanne@bcsalmonfarmers.ca

Water Quality Sampling Workshop
14:30 – 16:30
Excel Career College

Water Quality Sampling Workshop
14:30 – 16:30
Excel Career College

Room
Soroptimist Lounge

Venue
Florence Filberg Centre

Hosted by
Excel Career College

Type
Session

Speaker: Lesley Chapman

Learn water quality monitoring procedures, as well as explore basic salmonid psychology and behavior while learning to identify fish health issues.

Trade Show Closes
16:30 – 16:30

Trade Show Closes

Venue
Florence Filberg Centre & Native Sons Hall

International Buyers Reception
17:30 – 20:30

International Buyers Reception
17:30 – 20:30

Venue
Florence Filberg Centre & Native Sons Hall

June 12
June 12

Registration & Trade Show Open
08:30 – 09:00

Registration & Trade Show Open
08:30 – 09:00

Venue
Conference Hall, Florence Filberg Centre & Native Sons Hall

Knot Tying, Netting Oyster/Mussel Bags Workshop
09:00 – 12:00
Excel Career College

Knot Tying, Netting Oyster/Mussel Bags Workshop
09:00 – 12:00
Excel Career College

Room
Soroptimist Lounge

Venue
Florence Filberg Centre

Hosted by
Excel Career College

Type
Session

Speaker: Lesley Chapman

This course examines the operation of a marine cage site including basic rigging of the anchoring systems, cages, nets, and weights.

Exploring Priorities for Marine Environmental Research on BC’s Coasts*
09:00 – 12:00
BC Salmon Farmers Association

Exploring Priorities for Marine Environmental Research on BC’s Coasts*
09:00 – 12:00
BC Salmon Farmers Association

Room
Rotary Hall

Venue
Florence Filberg Centre

Hosted by
BC Salmon Farmers Association

Type
Session

Speakers:

Moderator: Ronald J Lewis

*If you wish to attend this session, please register by contacting Joanne Liutkus, BCSFA, directly:
joanne@bcsalmonfarmers.ca

In 2015, the BC Salmon Farmers Association developed the Marine Environmental Research Program (MERP), committing $1.5 million in research funds between 2015 and 2020, to be utilized in collaborations with government, academic and independent research institutions. The purpose of the program has been to gain a better understanding of the marine environment and B.C.’s wild marine species, particularly wild salmon stocks, and to develop research partnerships. Priorities to guide decisions on project funding were set through a series of workshop consultations.

In partnership with the BC Seafood Expo, the Association will conduct a workshop to discuss priorities for this important initiative. The workshop will be an opportunity for researchers, government and industry stakeholders to share their expertise and evaluate research priorities.

If you wish to register for this session please contact Joanne Liutkus, BCSFA, directly:
joanne@bcsalmonfarmers.ca

Coffee & Networking Break
10:15 – 10:45

Coffee & Networking Break
10:15 – 10:45

Venue
Florence Filberg Centre & Native Sons Hall

Provided by Rocky Mountain Coffee Company

Marine Harvest Salmon BBQ Lunch
12:00 – 12:00

Marine Harvest Salmon BBQ Lunch

Hosted by
Marine Harvest

Lunch & Networking
12:00 – 13:00

Lunch & Networking
12:00 – 13:00

Venue
Florence Filberg Centre & Native Sons Hall

Keynote Plenary Session 2: Linda Cornish – Increasing Opportunities In Seafood Through Diversification
13:00 – 14:00

Keynote Plenary Session 2: Linda Cornish – Increasing Opportunities In Seafood Through Diversification
13:00 – 14:00

Venue
Sid Williams Theatre

Type
Session

Moderator: Linda Cornish, President, Seafood Nutrition Partnership

Panelists:

Did you know that almost 90% of the population in North America are not eating the recommended two servings of seafood per week?

The opportunity to diversify the variety of seafood species in the supply chain is becoming an increasingly important seafood solution strategy for businesses trying to increase profitability and improve their sustainability efforts. On both the Canadian and U.S. Pacific coasts, excellent seafood options continue to be underutilized and undervalued in the market. In many cases the catch can be far less than even half of the available quota with fish being sold for less than $1/lbs. Conversely, the reliance on imports has at the minimum remained steady and in many cases has increased when looking at overall % of seafood consumption. This panel of suppliers, chefs, and industry experts will explore the opportunity to purchase lesser-known seafood species caught closer to home, the related nutritional and health benefits of eating a variety of seafood, which will reward local fisheries as well as provide a great tasting seafood item at a value price point for seafood businesses.

Sponsored by AgriMarine / West Coast Fishculture

Vessel Maintenance Troubleshooting Workshop
14:00 – 16:30
Excel Career College

Vessel Maintenance Troubleshooting Workshop
14:00 – 16:30
Excel Career College

Room
Soroptimist Lounge

Venue
Florence Filberg Centre

Hosted by
Excel Career College

Type
Session

Speaker: Lesley Chapman

Learn a set of approved job-site related safety courses and related certifications.

Oyster Productivity
14:00 – 16:30
BC Shellfish Growers Association

Oyster Productivity
14:00 – 16:30
BC Shellfish Growers Association

Room
Lodge Room

Venue
Native Sons Hall

Hosted by
BC Shellfish Growers Association

Type
Session

Speakers: Tim Green, Canada Research Chair, Shellfish Aquaculture & Chris Langdon, Professor of Fisheries, Oregon State University (OSU)

In this session, we will work with members of the shellfish farming industry to explore opportunities to enhance oyster farm productivity in British Columbia. Presenters will speak to husbandry practices in other jurisdictions as well as to ways to inform broodstock  research and development. We will discuss the current state of knowledge, explore identified issues and frame practical research objectives to improve survival rates in oysters.

BC Craft Beer Reception
15:00 – 16:30

BC Craft Beer Reception
15:00 – 16:30

Venue
Native Sons Hall & Florence Filberg Centre

Trade Show Closes & Move out
15:30 – 16:30

Trade Show Closes & Move out
15:30 – 16:30

Venue
Florence Filberg Centre & Native Sons Hall

BC Seafood Expo Schedule

2018 Keynote Speakers

Calvin Helin

entrepreneur, lawyer, and best-selling author

Linda Cornish

Seafood Nutrition Partnership

Keynote Session 1: Calvin Helin @ Sid Williams Theatre
June 11, 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

Keynote Panel Session 2: Increasing Opportunities in Seafood Through Diversification @ Sid Williams Theatre
June 12, 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

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Speakers include: Linda Cornish, Seafood Nutrition Partnership; Justin Boevers, FishChoice; Gene Carpenter, Blundell Seafoods; Claire Li, Ocean Wise Seafood Program; Nathan Fong, Fong on Food.

Keynote session sponsored by AgriMarine / West Coast Fishculture.

Sponsorship and Advertising Opportunities

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Timothy Green

Chris Langdon

Oregon State University

Allison Boulton

Rob Arthurs

Ministry of Jobs, Trade & Technology

Nathan Fong

Fong on Food - Vancouver, BC

Lesley Chapman

Excel Career College

Zac Waddington

Paul W. Adams

Isobel Pearsall

Vladimir Radchenko

Ronald J. Lewis

Dennis Dobrilla

Kelly Masson

The Castlemain Group

Lynn Lashuk

BMO Bank of Montreal

Michele Patterson

Vancouver Island University

Gene Carpenter

Blundell Seafoods

Claire Li

Ocean Wise Seafood Program

Justin Boevers

FishChoice

Michael Kent

Oregon State University

Brett Johnson

Hakai Institute

BC Seafood Expo International Buyers Reception – June 11, 2018

Proudly sponsored by Flying Fresh Air Freight!

The trade show floors will be converted into a bountiful seafood tasting journey, where guests will enjoy networking and walking to numerous Chef Stations to meet incredible regional chefs as they present an array of BC seafood dishes from top shellfish and finfish producers. Not only will Expo Trade Show booth exhibitors, delegates and other VIPs be in attendance, the Ministry of Jobs, Trade & Technology International Buyers Mission delegation will also attend, as part of their tour itinerary.

International Buyers Reception Chefs

Ronald St. Pierre

Locals Restaurant - Courtenay, BC

Todd Radford

High Tide Public House - Courtenay, BC

Nigel McMeans

Blackfin Pub - Comox, BC

Chance Wilke

Avenue Bistro - Comox, BC

Aaron Rail

The White Whale - Courtenay, BC

Nathan Fong

Fong on Food - Vancouver, BC

Darren MacLean

Shokunin - Calgary, AB

Chris Andraza

Fanny Bay Oyster Bar - Vancouver, BC

Morgan Wilson

Q at The Empress - Victoria, BC

Jacob Lubaczewski

Pointe Restaurant, Wickaninish Inn - Tofino, BC

Jeremy Keighley

Lois Lake

Meet Buyers and Seafood Leaders to Grow Your Bottom-line!

The BC Seafood Expo Trade Show provides businesses the opportunity to meet face-to-face and showcase their products & services to seafood buyers, exporters, distributors and other providers from throughout BC and the pacific northwest. Make connections, secure deals and grow your network with an Expo Trade Show Booth package, which ALSO includes access to dynamic Expo workshops, panel discussions and the International Buyers Reception.

2018 BC Seafood Expo Exhibitor Information

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Trade Show Map 2018

International Buyers and Companies Attending the 2018 BC Seafood Expo:

  • Pan Fish (Shanghai) Co.,Ltd. was founded in 2000. The Company’s line of business includes preparing fresh and raw or cooked frozen fish and other seafoods and seafood preparations, such as soups, stews, chowders, fishcakes, crabcakes, and shrimp cakes.
  • COFCO Womai is a fast-growing food e-commerce company in China, owned by COFCO, which is China’s largest food company. Among other things, COFCO is a food importer, exporter and is the largest bottling partner of Coca-Cola company in Mainland China. The company focuses on providing healthy food, living space and services from renewable natural resources.
  • The Consulate is one of Indonesia’s fine dining establishments. It offers an unparalleled dining experience in the luxury of a seasonally changing menu that is set in an authentic ambience of colonial Spanish Heritage architecture.
  • Tsukiji Uoichiba Co., Ltd. of Japan is mainly engaged in the wholesale of marine products. The Company operates in three business segments. The Marine Product Wholesale segment is engaged in the processing and sale of fresh processed marine products. The Refrigerated Warehouse segment is involved in refrigerated warehouse business, as well as the provision of cargo handling services in refrigerated warehouses. The Real Estate Leasing segment is involved in the leasing of real estate properties.
  • Tokai Denpun Co. Ltd. operates as a trading company in Japan. The Company distributes, imports, and exports a range of products including starch, agricultural products, seafood, livestock products, oils and fats, foodstuffs, pharmaceuticals, chemicals, and packing materials. Tokai Denpun also processes and manufactures food, animal feed, and fertilizers.
  • Shinsegae Food engages in the food manufacture, food distribution, restaurant, and consignment meal service businesses in South Korea. It offers soups, stews, casseroles, salads, processed meat, sauces, noodles and rice cakes, baked goods, and fresh foods; and supplies food to a range of customers, such as restaurant franchises, food manufacturers, and hotels and resorts.
  • Siam Food Services Limited (SFS) is a firmly established player in the Thai food distribution business having been around since 1984. It specializes in the distribution of temperature-controlled and value-added international brands of high quality meat, seafood and ethnic food products.

International Representatives Attending the 2018 BC Seafood Expo:

  • China Shenzen North‐South Import LTD China
  • Pan Fish (Shanghai) Co., Ltd. China
  • COFCO Corporation Womai E‐commerce China
  • Shanghai Jingsji Import & Export Co. China
  • Gottfried Friedrichs KG Germany
  • Family Care Ltd. Hong Kong
  • Jeton International Foods Limited Hong Kong
  • Brahman Farm Indonesia
  • Dog Palace Indonesia Indonesia
  • The Consulate Restaurant & Bar Indonesia
  • Blessing of Pantai LCC Japan
  • Tsukiji Uoichiba Co., Ltd. Japan
  • Tokai Denpun Co., Ltd. Japan
  • Emart South Korea
  • Shinsegae Food South Korea
  • ELBON International Co., Ltd South Korea
  • Siam Food Services Thailand
  • Wild Harvest Seafoods. LLC USA
  • Truong Royal Seafood International Trading Limited Company Vietnam
  • BACH SON TRADING AND SERVICE CO.,LTD Vietnam
  • TDFOOD / CAPITAL PRODUCTION AND INVESTMENT Vietnam
  • Hoang Le Tin Son Trading Co. LTD (Calisa Foods) Vietnam

Accommodations

Best Western
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Travelodge Courtenay
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Holiday Inn Express & Suites
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Old House Hotel & Spa
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Crown Isle Resort
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Anco Inn
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Comox Valley Inn & Suites
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River Heights Motel
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Cona Hostel
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Getting here

Click here to learn more about getting to the Comox Valley.

Flying to the Comox Valley? Get a discounted Air Canada flight if you purchase an All Access Pass! Please email Geoff Crawford at geoff@investcomoxvalley.com for details.

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Why Attend

2018 brings an incredible opportunity for Expo partners to enhance their own marketing & business development objectives, by collaborating within this rapidly expanding event.

2017 Success

2017 Attendee Breakdown

 

Thanks to our 2018 Sponsors!

Contact Us

For any questions regarding the BC Seafood Expo, Trade Show space, and sponsorship, contact:

Comox Valley Economic Development
#200-580 Duncan Ave
Courtenay, BC V9N 2M7

phone 250-334-2427
tollfree 1-877-848-2427
fax 250-334-2414
email info@investcomoxvalley.com

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