We are proud and honoured to bring to an audience in Brussels the highest-level representatives from St Helena to outline opportunities for propelling innovation for development of this remote island. The Island of St Helena is one of the most isolated places on Earth. For centuries, this isolation has been driving the need for sustainable living, self-sufficiency and innovative solutions. To live and to operate business in this environment requires significant energy, knowledge, innovation and creativity.
Innovation comes in many forms on St Helena. In waste management, renewable energy – including an EU-funded bio-digester plant – community driven creativity, biodiversity, marine protection, transport improvements and tourism opportunities.
The high-level speakers scheduled at BRUZZ St Helena are:
Lisa Phillips, Governor of St Helena;
Roy Burke; ;Chief Secretary of St Helena;
Robert Midwinter, Director of Enterprise, St Helena;
Kedell Worbys MBE, St; Helena’s Representative to the UK;
Janice Panton MBE, Head of OCTA’s Executive Committee and Montserrat’s Representative to the UK;
Jean-Paul Joulia, Head of Unit, DG Devco, European Commission and
Niall O’ Keeffe, Innovation Manager for St Helena.