Oceano Fresco is led by a Board of Directors combining plant and fish breeding with business experience, including launching and scaling up of startups. They are supported by a growing Operational Team covering R&D, production and business and an Advisory Board with world renowned breeding experts.
INSEAD MBA and business degree. Entrepreneur and independent consultant for Fortune 500 companies in agro-genetics, pharma and banking.
Life Science executive and entrepreneur. PhD in Genetics. MIT Portugal, NOVA-SBE. 200M Fund. Research at Univ. of California San Francisco.
Plant breeding specialist. More than 20 years of experience managing breeding programs of sunflower, oilseed rape and sugar beet at Syngenta.
Partner at BlueCrow Capital. Extensive experience in M&A, startup development and VC.
Owner of Altavida, Oslo. Numerous key roles in aquaculture, biotechnology and animal health ventures.
PhD in Molecular Biology and Genetics. Worked in several biotechnological projects related to the sea theme in prokaryotes and eukaryotes.
Aquafarmer technician. More than 10 years of experience in molluscs hatcheries, mainly working with oysters and clams.
PhD in Marine Biology and Aquaculture. Experienced in clams farming and in research projects to optimise its cultivation performance.
Masters in Aquaculture and Fisheries and Bs.C. in Marine Biology. Experienced in shellfish off-shore farms design, installation and operation.
Technical degree of conservation and restoration of sculpture. 20 year professional experience combining local entrepreneurship with jobs in customer service and operacional administration.
Management informatics degree. 19 years of professional experience in telecom, IT and operational management in multinationals, local companies and start-ups.
Shellfish breeding specialist. Director of Aquaculture Genetics and Breeding Technology Center at Virginia Institute of Marine Science (USA).
Finfish breeding specialist. 40 years of experience in managing finfish breeding companies and biomarine innovation centers.