The Tera Cluster of Cantabria has held an interesting working meeting with the Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Sports of the Government of Cantabria. Roberto García and Juan Carlos Ramos, vice president and manager of the Cluster, have transmitted to the counselor of the branch, Eva Guillermina Fernández, and the general director of Culture, Juan Antonio González Fuente, various initiatives to promote the digitalization of different projects associated with the cultural sector and to the tourist.

Among others, Culture will assess the improvement of digital accessibility to tourist buildings and caves in the region, as well as the possibility of digitizing part of our cultural heritage. Likewise, the current Government team has shown its interest in knowing in depth all the possibilities associated with the digital transformation that the region’s ICT sector can offer. In this sense, both parties have scheduled future meetings to establish a framework for action with concrete measures.

The meeting held in the counselor’s office served as the first stone to cement the collaboration between both entities. In addition to reaching out to put the experience and capabilities of its associates at the service of the digital transformation of the public sector, Tera spokespersons insisted on the need for Cantabria to have its own Digital Agenda that structures the development of the ICT sector in the region. A circumstance considered critical by the sectoral organization so that all productive sectors can benefit from the benefits associated with good strategic planning.