Economic independence and political autonomy - what will it take?
The Greenland Business Association is hosting the 6th Future Greenland conference on 14 and 15 May in Katuaq, Nuuk. The conference is Greenland’s largest business conference, with 450 participants from Greenland, Iceland, the Faroe Islands, Denmark and Canada engaging in lively debates and side events.
The aim of Future Greenland 2019 is to anchor the social debate on the development of Greenland more firmly in a common recognition of the fact that we cannot create the necessary economic growth without a healthy business community, more private companies and greater exports.
The conference aims to stimulate discussion of what politicians, businesspeople and other important stakeholders can do together to realise Greenland’s ambition of greater economic independence.
A much stronger economy is the basic prerequisite for achieving greater political autonomy, both within the possibilities of the current framework of the national government of Greenland, and especially if the vision of Greenland as an independent nation is to be realised.
But what do the words economic independence and political autonomy really mean? These are the questions to which the Future Greenland 2019 conference will attempt to find an answer.
On 13 May 2019, the Greenland Business Association is also hosting a B2B event at the Hotel Hans Egede, in which all interested companies are invited to participate and establish links with relevant networks.
Welcome to Nuuk and Future Greenland.
20 percent discount for registration before 1 March 2019.
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