Creative industry in Aruba

Creative industry in Aruba

Aruba’s topics of the highest attention were Interactive Digital Media, Culinary and Agriculture Sectors. Through the technical assistance given by the expert Jacques Grysole, possible solutions have been found to enhance the creative industry as developing internships for Aruban students in Europe, having schools better equipped with digital technology and setting up a technical school in this field. Further actions should be developed to accelerate procedures or working permits, creating quality control laboratories, developing new agricultural products.

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OCTA Innovation Newsletter #12-2018

OCTA Innovation Newsletter #12-2018

Green transport, green business, green OCTs. Bikes, electrical bikes and electrical cars are way to go in the OCTs. Introduction of electric vehicles helps to reduce CO2-emissions and the dependence on petroleum. Implementing green transport in OCTs, could help at the same time to be economically better and to stay uncontaminated. Countries that rely on low air pollutant emitting fuel mixes may gain a lot in terms of avoided external costs. The benefits extend in protection of environment and enhancement of economy especially in green business and tourism.

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OCTA Innovation Newsletter #11-2018

OCTA Innovation Newsletter #11-2018

The unspoiled queen, slogan of Saba, is reflecting very well its genuine beauty and charm. Saba is indeed a great place to admire the nature, to do diving, to do trekking to the top of the volcano, but also to enjoy in truly warm hospitality, the finest cuisine and exceptional atmosphere. Saba is one of the European Union Overseas Countries and Territories. This constitutional municipality of the Kingdom of the Netherlands is at the same time the smallest Dutch Caribbean island and its highest point.

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