SUCCESS Strategic Use of Competitiveness towards Consolidating the Economic Sustainability of the european Seafood sector
SUCCESSStrategic Use of Competitiveness towards Consolidating the Economic Sustainability of the european Seafood sector 


The End-Users and Stakeholders Group (EUSG) is comprised of potential recipients of findings, knowledge and outcomes of the SUCCESS project, either from industry, NGOs, Policy Makers, international institutions or science.


The EUSG group will provide regular feedbacks on the outcomes of SUCCESS activities and will act as a vehicle to appropriately implement and disseminate SUCCESS findings.


For the moment, it is composed of the following people or entities :


Stephane Alleaume - OP conchylicole bretonne (PO) - France

Field of expertise: Economic competitiveness of the aquaculture sector (shellfish)


Dominique Thomas - Coopérative Maritime Etaploise (PO) - France

Field of expertise: Economic competitiveness of the fisheries sector


OP Bivalvia Veneto - Italy

Field of expertise: Economic competitiveness of the aquaculture sector(shellfish)


Martrop - France

Field of expertise: Economic competitiveness of the aquaculture sector (shellfish; shrimp)


Nicolas Fournier - Findus - France

Field of expertise: Global drivers (sourcing strategies);Certification; Functioning of the value chain



Field of expertise: Market analysis


Jörg Petersen - Kutterfisch (PO) - Germany

Field of expertise: Vertical integration along the value chain (fisheries), Certification


Fundamar (Producers foundation for promotion of seafood) - Brazilia

Field of expertise: Market analysis; Global Drivers


Xunta de Galicia (Government of Galicia)


AGCI - Associazione Generale Cooperative Italiane


SUCCESS is also approaching other stakeholders for co-creation activities. To this end, a platform will be set up to encourage  interactions between the partners and the stakeholders. The purpose is to guarantee that the different actors involved in the seafood value chain systems (e.g. representatives of the industry supply chains, consumers, NGOs, EU administrations, etc…) participate in the process to shape the results of the project in a manner that fits their needs and expectations .


An inventory of potential stakeholders is currently being carried out under the supervision of Mr Sigurdur Bogason. As a second step, a survey will soon be proposed to these stakeholders to identify their needs and the level of involvement in they would be willing to have.


In the meantime, if you have any questions regarding the platform and your contributing to the project, please contact us at .

SUCCESS is a H2020 Research and Innovation Project (2015-2018)

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“This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 635188”