The Faroe Islands
A place truly unspoiled, unexplored and unbelievable
Home to mountains of myth, hobbit-like turf-roofed houses and grazing shaggy sheep, the Faroe Islands make up the perfect playground for the senses. They inexplicably unearth a soothing sound of stillness and a touch of rawness, only bettered by the taste of the freshest of air and the sight of sprawling landscapes in any direction. Few communities as small can boast of an equally vibrant art and music scene, while Faroese gastronomy has never been more highly thought of since a Faroese restaurant was awarded a Michelin star last year.
The Faroe Islands are not a destination that you can’t bend to your will. Every plan is in pencil. You are guaranteed nothing. It is the very unpredictability of everything that makes the Faroe Islands so truly special. Every time the clouds part, you’ll be struck by how impossibly blue the waters are. When the sun shines through a particularly thin bit of cloud, bathing the town in orange light, it is pure magic. And when the weather doesn’t go your way, spoiling the plans you were foolhardy enough to make, you’ll be compelled to return and roll the dice again.
As one of the smallest capitals in the world, everything in Tórshavn is easy. Forget traffic-clogged highways, forget crowds of people, forget fighting for a seat on the bus. Here, we live life as it should be lived.
With plenty of space and clean, fresh air, there’s a real sense of well-being in the Faroese capital. This is the sort of place where people still have time for each other, where people are concerned about each other and where life moves at a civilised pace.
Today, Tórshavn is a modern and cosmopolitan town which has its highly individual location in the middle of the North Atlantic to thank for its very special charm and appeal. We’ve got excellent hotels and restaurants, modern European-style cafés and bars, great arts exhibitions, top-notch sporting facilities, not to mention a lively weekend club scene. All this is Tórshavn!
What are they?
B2B meetings are pre-arranged, targeted appointments, dedicated to get buyers and suppliers to meet. B2B meetings are a simple, efficient and pro-active way of working.
By targeting the right participants at Vestnorden Travel Mart, our B2B meetings help you to maximize the impact of your participation and increase your chances of making high-quality business connections.
Through our interactive booking platform, registered participants will be able to pick out relevant contacts and request meetings in advance. Individual meeting schedules will then be designed according to each participant’s choices.
Each participant has a maximum of 25 B2B meetings.
How to sign up
Introduce your company by filling in the product manual form during your registration. Ensure you include your general information, development focus, current projects and research interests.
A few weeks before the trade show, you will have access to an online catalogue displaying presentations from all of the companies participating at the Vestnorden Travel Mart (buyers and exhibitors).
Using the B2B meetings platform, select the contacts you wish to meet, indicate your availabilities on your schedule and validate requests from companies wishing to meet you.
You will receive your personalized targeted schedule during the week leading up to the show.
When to sign up
The appointments system will open for buyers last week in August and approx. one week later for exhibitors.
All participants will receive an email notification when the system opens and bookings procedures will be included.
Exhibitor Booth Information
A standard booth has one back wall and two outwards angled sidewalls (3 x 1 meter, 2,5 meters high).
All booths have carpet on the floor, lighting (one spot), electric plug, table, chairs and wifi
Printing and deko service
If you need exhibition walls, posters, roll-ups and other printed materials produced please contact our partner Dekostovan. Dekostovan can provide you with layout and prints, which will be delivered and ready on your stand, upon arrival to the Faroe Islands.
Please visit www.dekostovan.fo, or contact Christian Nagata on +298 794 115 or firstname.lastname@example.org