The Arctic Report is more than just a publication: it’s about connecting businesses and building partnerships in the Arctic. Through The Arctic Report, you’re part of the conversation by letting NSG know what issues are of specific importance to you, your company, local government, or organization. NSG also provides subscribers with contact information for key participants in the Arctic policy world.
What is included with the service?
NSG attends Arctic-related events, hearings and conferences in Washington, DC, Alaska, and other locations to report on the dialogue surrounding Arctic policy. Subjects covered include transportation, resource development (oil, gas, minerals), renewable energy, telecommunications, Indigenous Peoples affairs, economic development & investment, national security, Coast Guard, foreign affairs & Arctic Council, environment & climate change, fisheries, infrastructure, and shipping. Team members track a wide range of topics important to the subscribers. In addition to live event coverage, special features are published such as exclusive interviews with policy experts and business leaders, lists of upcoming events, a collection of resources and links for reader reference, and other news.
But most importantly, the Arctic Report is driven by its subscribers and the issues they want NSG to cover, as well as the questions you want NSG to ask, and the events they want NSG to attend. NSG would be happy to give prospective subscribers a call to discuss how the publication could offer the best service.
Drive the Conversation
You can also help drive the conversation by Prospective subscribers can help drive the conversation by filling out a survey on how The Arctic Report can be tailored to meet subscriber needs. NSG is offering The Arctic Report, along with other publications, at a rate of $1,840 annually. That comes to less than $200 a month, and includes all previous editions. NSG can provide an invoice with other payment options as well, or work out group discounts for multi-member consortium or organizations. The price affords professional time in attending meetings, conducting interviews, traveling to events and covering admission fees, plus writing, reporting and editing. It also includes professional outreach on behalf of subscribers and by-request event attendance. Subscribers also have access to NSG’s Arctic Network (a database of more than 500 circumpolar business and government leaders).
North Star Group can put subscribers in touch with business partners, researchers, and government officials to help them achieve their goals. NSG often has access to events not covered in the news, and can offer an Alaska perspective on them because team members are Alaskans. Past events The Arctic Report has covered include the 2017 Arctic Council Ministerial Meeting, The Wilson Center Arctic Circle Forum, Senate and House committee Hearings, meetings of the U.S. Arctic Research Commission, and more. . Sign up today by clicking here.