Invest in Reykjavik
Development Company of Reykjavik, an Inward Investment Agency
representing the Capital of Iceland. The main purpose is
to strengthen industrial development in Reykjavik and strengthen
the city's competitiveness.
All Natural Icelandic Lamb.
Sheep-farming is as old as the human settlement of Iceland
itself. Icelandic lamb is becoming recognized through out
the world for its healthy nutritional value and unique taste.
Thinking of holding a conference, meeting, exhibition, training
seminars or some specialized event in Iceland? Congress
Reykjavik offers complete conference management service
in Iceland. We are a Congrex Partners.
Hafnarfjordur is one of Iceland's most important economic
centers situated about ten kilometers south of the capital.
It is the third largest town in Iceland in terms of population
with about seventeen thousand inhabitants.
The objective of Hitaveita Sušurnesja is to; harness the
geothermal energy in the Reykjanes peninsula; build and
run power stations; manage the sale of energy to consumers.
We at ICECON do consulting work within fisheries industry.
We offer overall solutions to Governments, Ministries and
Departments, fisheries related organizations and institutions
and companies. Typical assignment covers a whole project
from feasibility study to implementation of custom made
strategies in all sectors of the Fisheries Industry.
research and consulting company
Largest research and consulting company in Iceland and the
only one specializing in knowledge creation; involves shaping,
reviewing and enriching knowledge.
& Incentive Bureau
A non-profit marketing organization that markets convention
facilities and incentives in Iceland at an international
level. Assists with corporate meeting and conference preparations.
Iceland Incentives Inc.
Destination Management Company and a Professional Congress
Organizer in Iceland which provides a wide selection of
ground services for; Product Launches, Incentive Travel
Programs, Professional Study Tours, Corporate Meetings,
International Conferences, and Trade Shows.
Icelandic Language Institute
Gives answers to linguistic questions, offer educational
guidelines, and provide official resolution on questions
of language usage. Maintain a growing database of linguistic
developments and gives open access to database containing
52 special language glossaries.
The Icelandic Ministry for the Environment
The ministry supervises the affairs pertaining to nature
in Iceland, conservation and outdoor recreation, the protection
of animals, wild-life management, pollution prevention,
hygiene and food, planning and building matters, fire prevention,
weather forecasting and avalanche-protection, surveying
and cartography, environmental monitoring and surveillance.
Invest in Iceland Agency,
An independent agency of the Icelandic Ministry of Industry
and Commerce, the National Power Company and the Trade Council
of Iceland. Its main function is providing information and
expert confidential service on all aspects of direct investment
into Iceland, free of charge.
Technically one of the most sophisticated and secure airport
in the World 24 hours - 365 days.
area, natural beauty in Iceland
Lake Myvatn is an area, renowned for its natural beauty
and outdoor recreation possibilities. Offering magnificent
landscape together with rich animal and bird life.
Metrological Institution of Iceland
The agency deals with the certification and inspection of
measuring instruments as well as national standards and
the calibration of instruments, it also inspects whether
goods on the market comply with EEA regulations.
of Keflavik, Njardvik and Helguvik.
PKN operates five ports; one in Njardvik, two in Keflavik,
one in Hafnir and one in Helguvik. These are the main import/export
and fishing ports in the Sudurnes area and are well equipped.
RARIK procures, transmits, distributes and sells power,
and also offers know-how and consultancy services in these
fields. RARIK delivers electricity directly to consumers
and also to utilities on a wholesale basis.
Reykjavik City, Iceland. Tourist information
Reykjavķk is the capital and largest city of the Republic of Iceland with 115,000 inhabitants. It is the focus of business, transport, trade and communication as well as being Iceland“s cultural and educational centre.
Town of Sandgerdi
One of the country's major fishing communities in South
West Iceland. Rich fishing-grounds are found just off the
coast of Sandgerdi and good harbors facilities.
Sudurnes Pension Fund
Pension Fund that guarantees its members a lifetime pension.
It also pays benefits when members are disabled for longer
or shorter periods of time, and pensions to surviving spouses
Trade Council of Iceland
The Council helps Icelandic companies to sell their products,
services, and know-how in the international marketplace.
It has a seven-member executive board appointed by the minister
of foreign affairs and comprised of business leaders from
all sectors of the Icelandic economy.