As a member of the European Economic Area (EEA), Iceland practices the same liberal business philosophy as the European Union. Among global leaders in sectors like geothermal energy, fisheries, and IT / Gaming, Iceland’s educated population, low corporate tax rate, and European business practices make it an ideal country for trade or investment. Invest in Iceland is your one stop information center.


Responsible Fisheries

Sustainable and responsible fisheries management in Iceland is of a fundamental importance as fisheries are one of the main pillars of the Icelandic economy. The seafood industry in Iceland is meeting demands of seafood buyers for sustainable use of marine resources with Iceland Responsible Fisheries programme, developed on the basis of commitments made through national law and international agreements.

Trading With Iceland

Promote Iceland offers services for foreign businesses interested in trading with Iceland, e.g. information on the business environment, regulations, customs, taxes etc. Promote Iceland is also in close collaboration with the Foreign Ministry’s Trade Service. Foreign companies looking for business partners in Iceland are advised to consult Icelandic trade directory and Icelandic Export

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Invest in Iceland is a one stop information centre for foreign investors and provides information on investment opportunities in Iceland and the business environment. Invest in Iceland's team provides free of charge information and expert confidential service on all aspects of investments, arranges site visits and plans contacts with local authorities as well as local business partners and professional consultants.

FDI Opportunities

Businesses looking to meet their long term energy needs while reducing their carbon footprint will benefit from Iceland‘s unique offer of renewable energy from geothermal resources and hydropower. This includes industries like data centers, metal and silicon producers and industrial pesticide free greenhouse cultivation. Due to unspoiled nature and dynamic culture both tourism and creative industries are fast growing sectors.

Film in Iceland

Film in Iceland

Icelanders Invite Tourists Into Their Homes
Icelanders to invite tourists into their homes in a nation-wide effort to welcome tourists.


Inspired by Iceland

Isaac Kato
Isaac Kato, CFO of data center company Verne Global International, is inspired by Iceland

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Inspired by Iceland