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26 April 2022

ICCA Scandinavian Chapter Meeting 2022, Reykjavik, Iceland

We are excited to spend 3 days with you exploring our common goals, how we can overcome our challenges and learn from each other.  We have put together a program which we hope will inspire, provide learning, discussions and ample networking opportunity.  We have summoned together a group of people who we believe will inspire…

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25 April 2022

Scandinavian Association Expert Forum (SAEF), Reykjavik, Iceland

The goal of the SAEF is to better understand what association’s challenges and obstacles are regarding hosting conferences, how we can assist and how we can work together to attract European and International association meetings to the Nordics. The international competition amongst destinations to host association business events grows fiercer year on year. Likewise, the competition…

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16 March 2022

Global Destination Sustainability Index 2021

The GDS-Index is a performance improvement programme to make the business and leisure tourism industry more sustainable. In a collaborative effort it supports destination management organisations and convention bureaux to adopt, promote and recognise responsible and regenerative practices. Iceberg partner the Global Destination Sustainability Movement evaluates four key areas that it believes are vital to…

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Meet in Reykjavik Joins Promote Iceland

The convention bureau Meet in Reykjavik has joined together with Promote Iceland. After agreement between the Reykjavik city council executive committee, with Promote Iceland and with Icelandair, Meet in Reykjavik will also market meetings as a national convention bureau for the whole country. From Meetings International…

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Coronavirus: Iceland’s Harpa Centre Begins Post-COVID-19 Era

Reykjavik’s Harpa Concert Hall and Conference Centre says it is ready for the post-COVID-19 era. 2020 had been on track to be a record events year for the venue. May 4th saw Iceland’s lockdown lifted. On May 7th Harpa became one of the first conference halls in Europe to reopen. From Meetings International…

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Reykjavik Celebrates Event Ambassadors

Meet in Reykjavik, in partnership with the Icelandic Travel Industry Association, has hosted an annual event for partners in the country’s meetings industry. At the event, three of the convention bureau’s ambassadors were honoured for their roles in securing important meetings for the Icelandic capital. From Meetings International…

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Sigurjóna Sverrisdóttir Meet in Reykjavík MD

Sigurjóna Sverrisdóttir has taken over as Managing Director of Meet in Reykjavík. She follows Thorsteinn Orn Gudmundsson, who piloted the Icelandic capital’s new convention bureau from its founding in 2012. Last year Iceland welcomed about 135,000 international meetings delegates, and some years of solid business growth. From Meetings International…

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EURAM 2018: Managing Both Knowledge and Logistics in Reykjavik

With members in 49 countries, EURAM was founded to advance the academic discipline of management across Europe. Last year it held its conference at the University of Iceland in Reykjavik. Around 2,000 papers were reviewed in advance, and over 1,700 delegates took part. The legacy was a stronger society. Photo: Háskóli Islands. From Association Meetings International…

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21 February 2018

ECM Spring Meeting 2018, Reykjavik, Iceland

European Cities Marketing will present a toploaded program for the ECM Spring meeting where Europe’s city marketers and tourism professionals meet industry thought leaders to debate and strategise the new normal in urban travel and tourism.

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1 November 2017

Global Incentive Summit, Reykjavik, Iceland

Experience the beauty of Iceland at the 2nd annual event for incentive buyers in the U.S. and across the EMEA Region, featuring pre-scheduled one-on-one appointments, unique experiential networking events, and a fully hosted, three-night stay in Reykjavik, November 1-3, 2017.

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