Strengthening Innovation Ties: Brittany’s Vision for a Global Celtic Network

Joining forces with the Breton delegation, we’re forging high-level connections in Japan, focusing on hydrogen and renewable energy projects. Our discussions extend beyond investments, aiming to cultivate a global and modern network akin to the Celtic diaspora. 

フランス🇫🇷 日本🇯🇵 Yesterday, I joined the Breton delegation from Région Bretagne led by his president Loïg Chesnais-Girard and the VPs Stephane Perrin-Sarzier (international) and Laurence Fortin L’Hour (economy).

The Minister of Europe 🇪🇺 & Foreign affairs (2017-2022), Jean-Yves Le Drian, was also part of the delegation so as to facilitate high-level connections in hashtag#Japan 🇯🇵. Many cooperation projects are in the pipes, particularly on the topics of hashtag#hydrogen & renewable energies but not only. Indeed, many Japanese investments are already located in hashtag#Bretagne such as Canon (in Liffré) and others.

As you could see on the pictures, I was involved in large discussions relating to the Breton hashtag#diaspora and the potential actions in the areas of economic and cultural networks. As a « Celtic nation », the Région Bretagne would like to internationally develop a global and modern Breton network such as the Irish or the Scottish diaspora … 🍀

Feedback in the media 📰 :
➡️ Le Télégramme https://lnkd.in/eYxAKayy by Philippe Crehange
➡️ Ouest-France https://lnkd.in/eACWabe9 by Marteel Christel

👇🏼 with Loïg Chesnais-Girard (President) and Jean-Yves Le Drian (ex Minister)

About Stéphane Péan

Freelance expert, Ker-Iz Consulting