Nova | March 2017

Largest Mobile Phone Company in Iceland


Nova was founded in 2006 and was the first company to bring 3G service to Iceland. Free calls between Nova customers, a youth focused advertising strategy, and the best customer service have all combined to garner Nova the largest share of mobile customers in Iceland. Nova is expanding its focus to include attracting more corporate customers, expanding its fiber to home business line and evolving from a predominantly prepaid provider to a postpaid provider. Nova has continued its focus on having the most advanced cellular network in Iceland, bringing 4G to Iceland, currently deploying 4G LTE and eventually 5G.

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Keahotel EHF | August 2017

Iceland’s most exciting hotel chain


Prized for its natural beauty and located at the top of the world, Reykjavik has become a popular tourist destination for travelers from all over the world. While only having 330,000 year-round residents, Iceland is annually visited by nearly 2.5 million travelers. Keahotel is the third largest hotel operation in Iceland and will soon operate a total of 10 hotels, with 7 hotels located in the heart of Reykjavik’s downtown city center.

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Primehotels Oy | July 2018

Fast-growing Finnish hotel operator


With five hotel operations across Finland, Primehotels is one of Finland’s leading hotel operators. Its flagship hotel, Hotel Katajanokka, is ideally located in downtown Helsinki and won the Boutique Hotel Luxury Award in 2018. Finland is continuing to grow as an important travel hub, and Primehotels has numerous expansion projects that are poised to benefit from the expected tourism boom.

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Alpine Air Alaska | May 2018

Providing amazing scenic experiences and access to Alaska’s big back yard


Alpine Air Alaska is a Girdwood, Alaska headquartered helicopter company that provides once-in-a lifetime Alaskan experiences as well as safe, reliable access to remote areas of the State. The Company operates year-round flightseeing, summer glacier dog sledding, and state-wide helicopter charters. Alpine also operates a helicopter flight school and maintenance facilities in Anchorage.

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Ice Services | October 2016

Alaska’s leading provider of remote housing and camp management


Founded in 1985, ICE Services provides housing, catering, utility, industrial and technical services to the major companies producing and exploring energy on the North Slope of Alaska.

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HVAC | February 2018

Highly respected Alaskan sheet metal fabricator


Headquartered in North Pole, Alaska HVAC specializes in sheet metal and ductwork fabrication and installation in support of commercial/industrial heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems for a customers in a variety of industries.


Alaska Integrated Services | July 2018

Leading distributor and installer of building automation systems in Alaska


As the sole authorized distributor for Delta Controls and Schneider Electric products in the state of Alaska, Alaska Integrated Services is the contractor of choice for building automation systems in Alaskan construction projects. The company provides customized solutions for access controls, green building design, HVAC controls, refrigeration, mechanical maintenance, and a variety of other industrial building services.

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Alaska Scrap & Recycling | February 2017

Alaska’s largest metal recycler


Alaska Scrap & Recycling, “ASR”, is the market leader in the collection, processing and sale of ferrous and nonferrous metals. Located at the Port of Anchorage, ASR is able to efficiently collect and export scrap metals from the state of Alaska to be repurposed at US-based domestic steel mills as new metal products.

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