Northline Seafoods Wins at Fish 2.0

 Ben Blakey and Pat Glaab on Northline Seafoods's "SM-3" barge during summer of 2017. Photo by Rob Woolsey with KCAW/Raven Radio

Ben Blakey and Pat Glaab on Northline Seafoods's "SM-3" barge during summer of 2017. Photo by Rob Woolsey with KCAW/Raven Radio

In early November, Northline Seafoods was awarded a cash prize for earning top scores in this year's Fish 2.0 business competition. Northline Seafoods won the U.S. West Coast track in the global competition after presenting at Stanford University, along with 21 other businesses. 

Northline Seafoods entered the Fish 2.0 competition in early 2017, advancing through multiple rounds and progressing further than 100+other contestants. Judges were especially impressed by Northline's unique technology and strong local knowledge that is integral to our mission. 

What is Fish 2.0?

Fish 2.0 is a Carmel, California–based social enterprise that connects investors and entrepreneurs to grow the global sustainable seafood sector. Working through Fish 2.0’s expanding global network, regional workshops and other events, and competition platform, Fish 2.0 participants collaborate to drive innovation, business growth and positive impact. 

Want to learn more?

Sitka's local radio station (KCAW/Raven Radio) put together a story about Northline's win at Fish 2.0. Click here to listen