Are you interested in what business looks like in the arctic? Join this virtual conference hosted by the Icelandic American Chamber of Commerce on May 4 from 11am ET to 1pm ET. Panelists and speakers include the Minister for Foreign Affairs in Iceland, representatives from Greenland, Canada and the US, as well as business leaders and specialists from the Arctic region.
The conference will discuss Iceland’s chairmanship of the Arctic Council from 2019-2021, the New Arctic Report published in January 2021 by the Icelandic Ministry for Foreign Affairs, investment opportunities between and within Iceland and Greenland related to Canada and the US, as well as general exploration of doing business in the arctic.
There will be an opportunity for attendees to network virtually and create new connections around the topic of doing business in the Arctic.
The conference is organized by the Icelandic American Chamber of Commerce in New York in partnership with the Wilson Center’s Polar Institute, Greenland Representation in Washington DC, Embassy of Iceland in Washington DC, Embassy of Iceland in Ottawa, Consulate of Iceland in New York, Consulate of Iceland in Nuuk, and the Arctic Economic Council.
Are you planning to tune into the virtual conference? Be sure to RSVP at this link.