A delegation consisting of business and political actors will visit the Icelandic business community in connection to Arctic Circle in Reykjavik
The organizers behind the delegation trip have arranged a detailed programme for the days 18th to 25th of October. During their stay in Iceland, the delegates will get an insight in the Icelandic market, business and society – see the program here (please note that the information is in Danish)
Get in close contact with the Icelandic companies
One of the members of the delegation, Jan Bager, Sales Manager at DC Supply, is looking forward to the trip.:
”In many ways, Iceland is an interesting market for ud. It is important with both public and private actors and you get an easier access to business areas and possibilities.” Read more about Jan’s engagement in the trip here (in Danish).
The delegation consists of the business community and politicians from Kommuneqarfik Sermersooq, as well as the North Denmark business community with Aalborgs Councilman Mai-Britt Iversen in the lead.
Mai-Britt Iversen in the lead
Councilman Mai-Britt Iversen is participating in the full programme on the delegation trip.
Mai-Britt Iversen’s political key issues are, among others, to create more work places and decrease the number of unemployed people. Mai-Britt has a great focus on the Arctic collaborations and the collaboration with Greenland in particular.