Staðsetning: Nordica Hotel
Debating the source for sustainable growth with government and business
May 15th 2006, Nordica Hotel,
Dear Member of the Iceland Chamber of Commerce,
How are leading Icelandic companies emerging as global players? Will the recent slump of the Icelandic krona slow the growth necessary to attract international investors?
To debate these and other key questions with a specially invited audience of your international and local peers, please reserve your place now for Economist Conferences' First Iceland Business and Investment Roundtable.
Members of the Iceland Chamber of Commerce receive a special EUR 150 discount on the participation fee
Why you should attend
· Engage in "face-to-face debate" with Iceland's most senior policymakers
· Gain fresh insights into the possibilities for investment in Iceland
· Forge new business relationships with international business leaders
· Understand the implications of the currency slump for your business
Speakers from the upper echelons of policy and business
Our speakers include Iceland's leading policymakers and international corporate executives:
· Halldór Ásgrímsson, Prime Minister
· Árni Mathiesen, Minister of Finance
· Svafa Gronfeldt, Deputy to the Chief Executive Officer, Actavis Group
· Bernt Reitan, Executive Vice-president, Alcoa
· Jón Asgeir Jóhannesson, Managing Director, Baugur Group
· Thomas Pickering, Senior Vice-president, International Relations, The Boeing Company
· Jürgen Höfling, Managing Director, DHL Express Nordic
· Nenad Pacek, Director, EMEA, Economist Intelligence Unit
· Steve Perry, Executive Vice-president, Relationship Management, Visa Europe
For the full list of topics they will be discussing, see the full programme.
Book today to guarantee your place
As a networking forum, a learning event and a chance to meet Economist Group experts and international executives, this event is without equal. Places are strictly limited so to avoid disappointment, book your place today at www.economistconferences.com or click here for registration form.