Ambassador H.E. Cheryl Bazard Attends Meeting with Tecnalia to Advance EU-LAC Digital Accelerator Goals

Embassy of The Bahamas, Brussels
Brussels, Belgium
8 February 2024

Press Release

H.E. Cheryl Bazard participates in a meeting with Tecnalia to further the objectives of the EU-LAC Digital Accelerator, focusing on fostering collaboration, competitiveness, and innovation within the private sector.

Today, Ambassador H.E. Cheryl Bazard participated in a pivotal meeting as part of the EU-LAC Digital Accelerator initiative. The EU-LAC Digital Accelerator program is dedicated to fostering collaboration among multiple stakeholders and the private sector, enhancing competitiveness, digital skills, and innovation across the European Union and Latin America and the Caribbean (EU-LAC) regions.

In today’s meeting, members spoke with representatives from European partner Tecnalia to explore potential collaborations between corporations and start-ups aimed at creating an investment-ready environment. Tecnalia, recognized as a leading European research and technological development center, is dedicated to translating technology innovations into tangible economic growth.

The discussions centered around identifying strategic opportunities for cooperation and leveraging innovative solutions to drive economic development and prosperity. The meeting marks a significant step forward in advancing the objectives of the EU-LAC Digital Accelerator, reaffirming the commitment to driving sustainable growth and innovation in both regions.

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