Arctic Business Analysis

Arctic Business Analysis

Arctic Business Analysis

Policy Advisory | Report

Situation

In recent years, there has been an increased attention to the Arctic region and its potential to become a region with rapid economic development.

However, at present there is not a single overview of the status quo in the region, let alone future opportunities for sustainable business development, economic growth and investment possibilities.

Solution

Voluntas maps the Nordic Arctic business environment in partnership with the Confederation of Danish Industry. We develop case studies and make actionable and practical recommendations for how to promote sustainable business development in the Arctic.

Outcome

The analysis will be central to the client’s funding activities and directly contribute to an informed and fact-based policy agenda.

 

To read the analyses, please click on the reports below

Entrepreneurship and Innovation

PPPs and Business Cooperation

Bioeconomy

 

Creative and Cultural Industries

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Third Annual Report
June 2019

Second Annual Report
April 2018

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