We've given ourselves a big mission: to help sustainably feed over 10 billion people by 2050. It's no small feat, but we think aquaculture can help.
You can too.
You can too.
We’re a tech company on a quest to build a better, fairer and more sustainable global aquaculture industry.
We leverage machine learning and big data to create and maintain a more transparent supply chain and unlock new value in the $30B global shrimp market.
Our multi-disciplnary team combines years of engineering experience and industry knowledge to help farmers modernize their operations and boost profits.
Every day, we collaboratively tackle stimulating, real-life challenges that have real-life impact. And most importantly: we have fun doing it.
We believe that smart, passionate people are invaluable, and that fun, transparent teamwork carries us all forward. We will always encourage you to take care of yourself and your family first.
We’re not scared to fail. We’re humble pioneers, so we embrace risk, make data-driven decisions and create opportunities to learn. We try and try and try again until we succeed.
Let’s face it: we’re here to transform an entire industry and protect the planet. To get there, we need to be driven, inspired and passionate. That passion follows us in our everyday lives.
Valerie Robitaille, XpertSea Founder
We give our teams the tools, latitude and flexibility they need to feel at their most passionate and productive. We offer a fully remote environment but where people come together when necessary to drive results, build cohesion, and celebrate our successes.
We are a workplace based on trust, empowerment, and a belief that you know best how to manage yourself in order to optimize what you create for and contribute to the company – without compromising your well-being.
We know how important it is to feel recognized and challenged in order to be happy and satisfied at work. That's why we make a point of creating opportunities for continuous knowledge-sharing, training, mobility and growth.
By 2050 our world will be home to 10 billion people. To keep up with the growing population, food production will need to increase by 70%, and this is where aquaculture steps in.