Issues

The Chamber publishes mainly in Icelandic. However, some publications are also issued in English, including a report on the Icelandic economy, corporate governance guidelines and English summaries of Icelandic publications.

11.08.2017 | Publications

The Icelandic Economy: 2017 edition

The Icelandic economy has undergone drastic changes since the financial crisis in 2008. The report provides an overview of the current state of the economy, recent developments, and future prospects. A coverage of the recent changes in the housing and labour markets has been added to this latest edition. Lastly, the third section reflects on future scenarios, longer term growth prospects and the so-called four focus lenses which the Chamber will operate under in the coming years.

06.08.2017 | News

Sigrún Lilja appointed Director of International Division

Sigrún Lilja Guðbjartsdóttir has been appointed Managing Director of The International Division of The Iceland Chamber of Commerce, starting August 1st. Sigrún Lilja takes over from Hulda Bjarnadóttir.

02.01.2017 | News

Children of Nature: The Future of the Resource Sector in Iceland

The annual Iceland Business Forum will take place at Hilton Reykjavik Nordica on February 9th 2017. The title of the Forum is “Children of Nature: The Future of the Resource Sector in Iceland". This year's focus is on the three main resource sectors; fisheries, energy and tourism. Our key speaker will be the renowned Wal van Lierop, a venture capitalist, corporate executive, top international consultant and university professor.

22.07.2016 | Reports

The Icelandic Economy: 2016 edition

The Icelandic economy has undergone drastic changes since the financial crisis in 2008. The report provides an overview of the current state of the economy, recent developments, and future prospects. A coverage of the recent labour market dispute has been added to this latest edition.

22.07.2016 | Presentations

The Icelandic Economy: Presentation of the 2016 Edition

The Chamber has published a new edition of the report called “The Icelandic Economy”. The report covers the current economic landscape, recent developments and notable events in Iceland‘s political, economic and business environment and Iceland‘s future prospects with regards to the economy‘s external obligations and long-term growth prospects.

09.03.2016 | News

New Director of International Division

Hulda Bjarnadóttir has been appointed Managing Director of The International Division of The Icelandic Chamber of Commerce from March 1st and takes over from Kristin S. Hjálmtýsdóttir who now holds a position as the Director of the Red Cross in Iceland. For the past five years Hulda has served as a director of FKA, the Association of Icelandic Women Business Leaders, and she has been on various social and corporate boards.

19.02.2016 | News

Recordings from the annual Iceland Business Forum

The annual Iceland Business Forum was held at Hilton Reykjavik Nordica on February 11th 2016. This year, the title of the Forum was “Local Games or the World Championships? Domestic Operations in an International Context“. The focus was on the main drivers of increased productivity; technological progress and increased knowledge. Recordings from the event have now been made available on Youtube.

22.12.2015 | News

Holiday greetings

We wish you a very happy Holiday season and a peaceful and prosperous New Year.

15.07.2015 | Reports

The Icelandic Economy: 2015 edition

The Icelandic economy has undergone drastic changes since the financial crisis in 2008. The report provides an overview of the current state of the economy, recent developments, and future prospects. 

15.07.2015 | Presentations

The Icelandic Economy: Presentation of the 2015 Edition

The Chamber has published a new edition of the report called “The Icelandic Economy”. The report covers the current economic landscape, recent developments and notable events in Iceland‘s political, economic and business environment and Iceland‘s future prospects with regards to the economy‘s external obligations and long-term growth prospects.