USA :WorldCatch Sails Into Europe Creating a Fleury of Excitement
For the past eight years, Mr. Fleury worked at the United States Mission to the European Union as the Permanent Representative of the National Marine Fisheries Service (NFMS). In that position, he worked with governments and private companies in the US and throughout Europe on issues including international trade relations, promotion of US seafood products, product sanitation and industry policy. "Eric's experience in the European market is tremendous," said David Lancaster, founder and president of WorldCatch.com. "He has worked with trade associations, governments, businesses, and agencies. With the depth and breadth of his activities in the industry over the past thirteen years, Eric will be a great benefit to our members not only in Europe, but worldwide and will be a key element in the execution of our global strategy."
Mr. Fleury studied agronomy, specializing in fisheries, at the Ecole Nationale Superieur d'Agronomie de Rennes and has been involved with the industry since 1986. Fleury remarked, "Europeans are very aware of the impact the Internet is having on business. The seafood industry is no exception, and WorldCatch.com will play a significant role in helping European seafood companies benefit from these trends."
WorldCatch.com is the online marketplace for the global seafood industry enabling companies to efficiently conduct business, share information and gather resources. WorldCatch.com's main feature is its proprietary, online marketplace allowing buyers and sellers of seafood products to quickly and cost-effectively complete business transactions. The site also offers news, market pricing and trends, personalized features, and global connections to any related industry service including shipping, packaging, banking, insurance and credit reporting. For more information, visit www.worldcatch.com.
CONTACT: Aaron Travis, Director of Marketing of WorldCatch.com, 206-284-7400 or email@example.com.
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