ABOUT BioFishency

BioFishency is an aquaculture solutions provider, focused on dramatically increasing growers’ productivity and sustainability through its innovative technology and extensive know-how. BioFishency provides product and services, including —

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Single Pass
Biofilters (SPBs)
In Various Capacities
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Fully Integrated
Growing Apparatus
In Various Capacities
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Professional
Services
(Design & Engineering, After-Sale Support, and Growing Facility Support Programs)

our vision & mission

The BioFishency vision and mission is to improve aquaculture productivity and sustainability by developing, producing,
and disseminating high-quality technologies that increase aquaculture output while reducing costs
and saving resources.

BioFishency was established in 2013 as a portfolio company of The Trendlines Group. Its initial goal was to develop a cost-effective, easy-to-use, water treatment system for land-based aquaculture. Today, with system sales, a number of
installations incorporating the system in place, and a growing pipeline, the Company is focused on increasing market penetration and revenue.

 

 

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our team

BioFishency’s co-founders have worked in the global aquaculture industry for nearly 25 years. Their extensive experience in growing fish and in other aspects of aquaculture led them to understand the market’s needs and to achieve impressive results.

Eli Shubi
CEO
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Eli Shubi
CEO
Almost three decades of experience in different roles and different industries. Eli worked as an Operation Manager in the traditional industry, including the premium chocolate brand Max-Brenner. He led sales in the telecom industry (mainly Comverse) and lived in India for four year with his family. Before joining BioFishency, Eli managed a company in the professional Audio Video industry (Silora R&D). Eli is a Mechanical Engineer (Technion, Israel) and holds an MBA from Haifa university.
Cobi Levanon
COO and Co-Founder
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Cobi Levanon
COO and Co-Founder
Former consultant and independent project manager for Israel’s Ministry of Agriculture, including a project for industrializing aquaculture in Israel; established and managed the Dag Suf Farm in Eilat; accompanied the establishment and operation of an intensive fish farm in Kibbutz Yizrael; and consulted to fish farms in Azerbaijan, Turkey, Nigeria, and the Ivory Coast; BSc, marine biology.
Igal Magen
CTO and Co-Founder
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Igal Magen
CTO and Co-Founder
Former head of the Aquaculture Division, Israel’s Ministry of Agriculture; consultant and project manager for developing public and private aquaculture projects in Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda, South America, and Caribbean, with USAID projects in Guyana; BSc, marine biology.

board of directors

Frank van Roest
Investment Director, Aqua-Spark
Frank van Roest
Investment Director, Aqua-Spark
Heads the Aqua-Spark investment team; joined the fund in early 2015, just as the first investments were being made, and spent three years as a lead investment manager; MBA and Master in International Economics & Business, University of Groningen.
Avi Cohen
Executive Chairman
Avi Cohen
Executive Chairman
Many years of business management experience in high-technology firms, including managing investor relations and M&A as an executive, CEO, and board member; successful establishment and managing to an exit of a start-up; 11 years as an executive and officer at KLA-Tencor, a large US public company that recently acquired Orbotech; COO and Deputy CEO, ECI Telecom; CEO, Orbit Technologies (TASE: ORBI); CEO, MX1 (previously RR Media, Nasdaq: RRM).
Steve Rhodes
Chairman & CEO, The Trendlines Group
Steve Rhodes
Chairman & CEO, The Trendlines Group
More than four decades of business, leadership, finance, and banking experience; founded The Trendlines Group with Todd Dollinger in 2007 and oversaw the Group’s Singapore Stock Exchange in 2015; chairman of Trendlines Incubators Israel and investment committee chair of Trendlines Medical Singapore; director and chairman of a number of Trendlines’ portfolio companies; MBA, University of Chicago.

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our investors

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A global investment fund based in Utrecht, the Netherlands, that makes investments in sustainable aquaculture businesses that generate investment returns, while creating positive social and environmental impact. The fund invests in small to medium enterprises that are working towards the production of safe, accessible aquatic life, such as fish, shellfish, and plants, in a way that does not harm the health of the planet.
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The Trendlines Group
http://www.trendlines.com/
An innovation commercialization company that invents, discovers, invests in, and incubates innovation-based medical and agricultural technologies to fulfil its mission to improve the human condition. As intensely hands-on investors, Trendlines is involved in all aspects of its portfolio companies from technology development to business building. Trendlines’ shares are traded on the Singapore Stock Exchange (SGX: 42T) and in the United States as an American Depositary Receipt (ADR) on the OTCQX International (OTCQX: TRNLY).
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Mr. Xia Fei
A private Chinese investor with a business in distributing refinery oil, landscape development, automobile inspection services, and recreation; strong connections in northern China.
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The Technion-Israel Institute of Technology
https://www.technion.ac.il/
Israel’s leading and largest science and engineering university, made up of 18 faculties offering 50 undergraduate programs and dozens of graduate courses that cover the main science and engineering disciplines and associated fields such as architecture, medicine, and computer science; renowned for research in biotechnology, space science, nanotechnology, stem cell science, and energy. The Technion is located in Haifa, Israel.