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Reykjavik the Business Venue


In Iceland, those opposites of light and dark, fire and ice, city and nature, are all part of the experience, while our location between the two great continents of Europe and America creates a unique connection with the rest of the world and the perfect middle ground to meet in.

This, together with our easy accessibility, excellent conference facilities and exciting recreational services, makes Reykjavík a great destination for hosting international events and an inspiring place for ideas, imagination and innovation.

Compiled below is useful information for planning your business trip to Reykjavík.

Meet in Reykjavik

Meet in Reykjavík

With its strategic location midway between North America and Europe, award-winning Harpa Conference Centre and rapidly increasing hotel capacity, Reykjavik is expanding its meetings infrastructure and evolving into a premiere location choice for congress, event and incentive planners. 



 

Meeting Industry

The best ideas are often sparked in the area between opposites. In Iceland, the opposites of light and dark, fire and ice, America and Europe, city and nature, isolation and perfect connection with the world, meet.

 

Film In Reykjavík

Over the past few decades an extensive film industry possessing a full range of know-how and experience has been built in Reykjavik. A thriving and ever-growing film and commercial scene has produced a rich pool of professionals in all areas of film-making, production and event management. 

Investing in Reykjavík

The City of Reykjavík’s Department of Economic Development promotes the city as a business location and assists local and international companies considering locating or expanding to reach their business objectives, as well as develop new and interesting economic areas in the city of Reykjavík. 

Study Visits to Reykjavík

Study Visit is defined as a business visit, where professionals, managers, economists, delegations and other groups search for inspiration and in-depth knowledge of best practices. The visits are a blend of professional knowledge-building and on-site visits and are composed of a range of seminars on particular themes.