Business Iceland
Business Iceland

Background- why this now?  

The event is inspired by Singapore’s “30 by 30” goal and by two recently published reports on Icelandic Agriculture and Fish. Food Security is a UN issue of great global concern and an opportunity for Icelandic and Singaporean businesses.  

Moreover, the Icelandic foodtech company Marel recently increased its operation in Singapore and hopefully the First Lady of Iceland, H.E. Ms Eliza Reid, will open the Singapore branch officially, should opportunity present itself, in the not too distant future.   

Breakthrough technology in and around food. The future of food is now

Innovation in food for the realisation of the UN Sustainable Development Goals.

Sectoral presentations (businesses in the field of alternative proteins, academic professionals, thought leaders and investors) from Iceland and Singapore.


A hybrid format (in-person and webinar).

The event will be produced like a TV show at the prestigious venue Harpa Concert Hall in Reykjavík (see photo above). Harpa is a hallmark of Reykjavík, such as the Marina Bay Sands Hotel in Singapore. 

A recording of the event will be made public after the conference.