Participants will have the chance to hear from Greenland’s Minister of Mineral Resources about what the country is doing to attract investments. During the conference both mining companies and local suppliers will present on some of the opportunities and challenges that Greenland has as mining country.
Infrastructures is a key to facilitate sustainable economic development in Greenland and to attract new investors in large-scale mining projects. The Greenland Conference 2017 will put the focus on the importance of prioritizing the many infrastructures that are currently being planned and a panel will discuss how these projects should be financed.
A Greenland in growth is possible because of its unique location in the centre of the Arctic, so network during the day with policy makers, investors and enterprises and hear about the business opportunities that awaits.
- CEO Karsten Dybvad, Confederation of Danish Industry
- Deputy Minister Jørgen T. Hammerken-Holm, Naalakkersuisut
- International director Per Møller-Jensen, Orbicon
- Partner Christian Jervelund, Copenhagen Economics A/S
- Managing Director Hans Jensen, Dundas Titanium A/S
- Executive Partner Anders Nørby-Lie, 21st North
- Chairman Martin Sandy Shalmi, Greenland Xploration Services
- CEO John Rasmussen, Sikuki Nuuk Harbour A/S
- Anders Møller Christensen, National Bank of Denmark
- CCO Maliina Abelsen, Air Greenland
- CEO Jens B. Frederiksen, Sioratiorfik-Nuul City Development
- Chairman Jóhannus Egholm Hansen, Kalaallit AirPorts
- Head of Secretariat Mads Qvist Frederiksen, Arctic Cluster of Raw Materials