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Cooperation across the Arctic


Cooperation across the Arctic

NUKIGA Community is very proud to present our new partnership with the Icelandic Arctic Cooperation Network (IACN). We see this partnership as a great way to expand our own network as well as a way to further strengthen the business and start-up community in the Arctic region.

The IACN is based in Iceland and seeks to promote and facilitate cooperation in the Arctic with a special focus on issues such as education, research, innovation and much more both in Iceland and internationally. 

What this cooperation means to NUKIGA

The partnership with IACN means that NUKIGA Community will be able to present even more inspiring speakers and interesting Arctic-based research from IACN’s wide network in relation to our future online talks and seminars. Furthermore, we will be presenting exciting IACN events and webinars in our upcoming event calendar, which will be online on our website soon. 

We look very much forward to this exciting new partnership and are grateful to the IACN for expanding our network. We can’t wait to bring even more arctic research, inspiration, culture, innovations and much more to our members. And last but not least, we look forward to further strengthening communication in and across the Arctic. 

Make sure to sign up as a member of NUKIGA Community (here: and  subscribe to our newsletter to receive news and info about any upcoming events and talks.

Facts about IACN

The IACN is based in the city of Akureyri in Iceland and works to: 

  • Heighten communication and facilitate cooperation within Iceland regarding Arctic issues.
  • Enhance visibility of the role and work of public and private institutions and organisations in Iceland involved in Arctic issues.
  • Provide information and resources concerning Icelandic activities, knowledge and experience in Arctic issues to academia, policy makers and the public.
  • Improve distribution of and access to information concerning the Arctic in the context of Iceland.
  • Provide support for cooperation on Arctic issues within Iceland.
  • Provide guidance and consultation as requested.

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