Visit Norway på Bokmessen i Frankfurt 2019

Norge er i år gjesteland på verdens største bokmesse, som går av stabelen den 16. – 20. oktober 2019 i Frankfurt. Innovasjon Norge deltar på bokmessen med to stands, på følgende to arenaer: – Arts+ (kulturelt fokus) – Gourmet Gallery (kulinarisk fokus). Nå inviterer vi norsk reiselivsnæring og interesserte kulturbedrifter med til Frankfurt for å presentere seg… Read More

Global Growth Culture Tourism Edvard Munch

Kontoret i Hamburg inviterer relevante norske bedrifter til å delta på Global Growth Culture Tourism Edvard Munch. Global Growth sikter på å ta deltakende bedrifter videre i deres utvikling av internasjonalt attraktive produkter innen kulturturisme. Markedsbesøk i Tyskland og Nederland, samt workshops i Norge legger til rette for utveksling med aktører i andre markeder og… Read More

UK’s Creative Industries are growing at almost twice the rate of the wider economy

UK, and especially London, is becoming a hub for the world’s creative industry. The creative industries are growing faster than any other business sector in most of the UK according to new data from Nesta, with 47 “creative clusters” now scattered across the country. While London is still responsible for most of the creative industry… Read More

Paris: Take your startup to the City of Lights

Paris’s startup scene is bustling with over 21 000 startups, and the city is frequently ranked as one of Europe’s best places to scale your business. The city has several hundred co-working spaces and hosts the world’s largest incubator, Station F. Innovation Norway’s Paris office is located at one of these co-working spaces, and we… Read More

Take your position in the Russian travel market!

Posted by Innovation Norway Europe 06.03.2017, updated 11.12.2018 Take part in the Norwegian Travel Workshop in Moscow and Saint-Petersburg, the unique platform for establishing business in Russia.  Russia is Norway’s largest neighbouring country, with a population of 146 million people. A strengthened Russian rouble has generated a great potential for a tourist flow from this… Read More

Japan has a taste for Norwegian design!

Japan can be an interesting market for Norwegian designers. Japanese consumer is detail-oriented and quality conscious. Good Norwegian design with an interesting story might find some open doors into the Japanese market. There are many examples of forerunners from Norway in Japan. Ekornes, Stokke and Helly Hansen are some of the companies that have been… Read More

Photo: Alex Conu / Visit Norway

Indonesian Tourism in Norway – A Future Goldmine?

A growing middle class in Indonesia and a rising interest for Norway presents great opportunities for the Norwegian tourism sector. (Photo: Alex Conu/Visitnorway.com) Indonesia has experienced an adventurous economical growth over the past few years, and is expected to continue towards becoming one of the world´s ten largest economies. This development results in a wealthier… Read More

Cruise ships – several large scale vessels are planned in China

It is likely that China will become the largest cruise market in the world as several large scale vessels are planned. Norwegian companies can become alliance partners contributing with their technology, experience, design and IT-competence.

Food and beverages in China

What if you could reach 500 million people with your product? How would that affect your sales? China has an appetite for foreign produced food, and some products within food and beverage have less strict trade barriers than others. The Chinese food and beverage market is extremely diverse and one of the largest in the world,… Read More

Hydropower – powering a green India

Two-thirds of the Indian hydropower potential is yet to be used. There are opportunities for Norwegian companies in a wide range of areas. With the seventh largest hydropower production globally, Indian hydropower segment offers a rich hunting ground for Norwegian hydropower stakeholders. Despite a capacity of 41 GW of installed hydro projects and an additional 13… Read More