will be held on 28-29 October in Reykjavík, Iceland.
NFF is a venue that brings together the PMs from the UK, the Nordic and the Baltic countries with a wide range of creative and dynamic experts to look at different policy themes that affect us all.
The discussion will focus on how to improve the standard of living in the participating countries. During the forum, prime ministers and experts from different sectors come together in an informal setting to share their experiences of concrete projects and business opportunities.
The forum will include presentations on innovations and solutions that have helped to create jobs, improve living conditions and enhance productivity in the participating countries.
Presentations and material from the meeting will be made available here on this website.
This will be the fifth NFF. The first UK-Nordic-Baltic Summit was initiated by British Prime Minister David Cameron in 2011. Since then, the NFF has been held in Stockholm in 2012, in Riga in 2013 and in Helsinki 2014. Previous meetings have focused on themes such as Technology and Innovation, Jobs, Family and Gender Equality, Women Entrepreneurship, Green Economy, Education systems and Innovative businesses. The basic concept has remained unchanged and has proven to be successful over the years.
The NFF 2015 will be hosted by the Prime Minister of Iceland, Sigmundur Davíð Gunnlaugsson, and take place in Reykjavík on 28-29 October 2015.