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Harpa Concert Hall lights up conference scene

Located amid Iceland’s stunning natural attractions, Harpa Concert Hall and Conference Centre has transformed the international conference experience

Iceland’s tourism boom

Since the 2008 financial crisis, Iceland has emerged as a tourism powerhouse that is captivating visitors with its breathtaking landscapes. However, the country’s tourism explosion will not be sustainable unless it is effectively managed

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Why Iceland’s natural energy makes it an ideal conference location

Offering a spectacular programme of outdoor activities amid stunning natural sites, the Icelandic capital is ideally suited for corporate events – and with a location between Europe and North America, it’s closer than many people think

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Reykjavik

Offering a unique programme of outdoor activities and natural spectacles, Iceland is a friendly and dynamic location perfectly suited to corporate events

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Iceland’s shining light: Reykjavik becomes a beacon for green energy

While the world’s wealthiest countries are supposed to be forerunners in the push to reduce energy consumption, it is in fact smaller Nordic nations that are far ahead of the pack

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Duty free for all at Keflavik International Airport

Keflavik Airport’s award-winning Fríhöfnin Duty Free shops and Duty Free Fashion store are a window for all travellers onto everything Icelandic

Reykjavik

Business Destinations’ pick of the best of Reykjavik

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Weathering the storm

“A sitting crow starves” – or so goes the Icelandic proverb – and if the country’s miraculous economic recovery is anything to go by, the island’s proverbial bird has certainly taken flight

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Blowing hot and cold

Iceland had it tough in 2010, but here at Business Destinations we’re willing to wipe the slate clean. Forget economic uncertainty; Iceland’s volcanic landscape and rich heritage are its best natural resources

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Iceland’s spread

With over half of Icelanders believing in elves it’s no wonder magical locales are an attraction in their own right. Catherine Quinn discovers Iceland’s myths and magic

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Raw Reykjavik

Know as Europe’s hottest city, both for its location on a geothermal ridge and its pulsating night life, Iceland’s capital is in the midst of an economic renaissance and a business trip there provides the perfect excuse to sample some clean living. David Neville Williams enjoys a fjord fiesta

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Iceland’s many offerings

It may be just a three-hour flight from the UK, but Iceland can seem like another world with its apocalyptic scenery, midnight sunshine and platters of pot-roasted puffin, as Jennifer Bradly uncovers

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