Annual Meet in Reykjavík Ambassador Day was held in Harpa (Photos)

The 5th Annual Meet in Reykjavík Ambassador Day was held in Harpa Concert Hall & Conference Centre on 11 September. More than 200 ambassadors and associated partners attended the conference. Photos from the event are available here.

Meet in Reykjavík Ambassador Club offers partnership, support and advice to individuals who are interested in attracting international conferences, meetings or events to Iceland. Club members are academic and business professionals who are experts in their industry sector.

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