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Economic competitiveness

Iceland is regularily ranked among the most competitive nations in the world. After a severe banking collapse in 2008, Iceland has dropped several places but is still one of the 30 most competitive countries in the world.

Inspiring

Reykjavik Capital Area is not only inspiring for its proximity to pristine nature, but also for its world-renowned approach to sustainability, its vibrant creativity, and industry that flourishes here. With a well-educated and highly skilled workforce, affordable green energy, and tremendous investment and business accelerator opportunities the city is ripe with opportunity.

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Educated workforce

Iceland ranks 5th globally regarding the quality of the educational system, and is the world leader regarding availability of latest technologies in companies and firm-level technology absorption (WEF). The workforce in Reykjavik Capital Area is well educated with 41% of the inhabitants achieving a university degree.

Engergy

Iceland, where 99% of all electricity is renewable, offers visitors a unique window into the future of life and business. IMD considers Iceland’s hydro and geothermal electricity infrastructure to be the most reliable in the world. Iceland is recognized as a world leader in the utilization of geothermal energy with its focus on diversification

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