What are you doing at work?
I am doing strategic financing and fundraising, as well as Chief Marketing Officer for the company brand and reaching out to more clients.
What are the most important concepts in marine technology?
Making it more efficient and solving the problem of current problems in the marine-related industry.
Why is it exciting?
Recyglo’s tech is now focused on land, but the impact is for the ocean. We stopped the waste at the source in scale.
What do you think are the most interesting controversies?
The most interesting controversy is that people believe that when we do marine tech it will harm the nature, but this is not the case. We are here to help the marine-related companies to be able to thrive and embrace the value of sustainability.
Your own favourite projects in marine technology?
Profitable ocean clean-up on a large scale, not only the floating waste, but also the waste that are deep down in the ocean.
Your other favourite examples of marine technology internationally and nationally?
Ocean Biomimicry, this is the idea that can solve many problems in the ocean with a minimal impact on the environment.
What do we do particularly well in Norway of this?
In Norway, the presence of marine-related industry is significant. If you look at other Nordic countries, Norway stands out from the rest in the maritime industry. Norway should invite more talents to do marine tech.
A favourite future quote?
If you want to eat salmon, stay close to Norway.
Most important takeaway from our conversation?
If you want to do marine tech and get the first advantages of upcoming cool ocean developments, Norway is right place to be. Marine tech is the next big thing.