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14-04-2021

Barcelona is making progress in creating a Blue Economy hub as a strategic sector for the future.

The Blue Economy sector in Barcelona currently employs around 15,000 jobs and generates 3.75 billion euros in annual turnover, along the 16.67 km of coastline, and represents 4.3% of the GDP of the city ​​and 1.4% of employment. In this sense, the reAct BCN conferences have organized this morning the Impulse of the Blue Economy conference in Barcelona, ​​with the presence of the main economic and social actors in the sector.

The Blue Economy sector in Barcelona currently employs around 15,000 jobs and generates 3.75 billion euros in annual turnover, along the 16.67 km of coastline, and represents 4.3% of the GDP of the city ​​and 1.4% of employment. In this sense, the reAct BCN conferences have organized this morning the Impulse of the Blue Economy conference in Barcelona, ​​with the presence of the main economic and social actors in the sector.

 

Andor Serra, General Manager of the Nautical Cluster, attended the day, along with Ignasi Ferrer of Seastainable Ventures & Ship2b, Jordi Berenger of the UPC, and Carme Sánchez of MB92, all partners of Barcelona Nautical Cluster.

 

Throughout the day, the City Council and the Port of Barcelona, ​​have signed a first agreement for the promotion of the Blue Economy strategy, with the aim of concretizing a space for collaboration to share projects, promote the talent and promote the city as a benchmark in this sector.

 

The will of the Barcelona Nautical Cluster is to act as the main dynamizer of the blue economy in the city of Barcelona, ​​generating synergies, opportunities and networking between the main actors in the sector. It also aims to develop jointly with the main institutions driving the agreement a strategy that includes actions to promote and make visible the sector, both locally and internationally, to highlight the city's assets and the opportunities it generates. .

 

From the Barcelona Nautical Cluster, we celebrate this first agreement and consider that it is a clear example of how public-private collaboration should work as a driver of all projects related to the blue economy.

 

The Blue Economy is a very broad strategic sector that includes activities such as logistics (port); fishing; industry (shipbuilders); sport (leisure, health and culture); energy, science and technology linked to the sea and the oceans but always governed by sustainability.

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