Sweden Wood Building

Multi-storey wooden buildings are in focus in Sweden

The interest of multi-storey wooden buildings is increasing rapidly in Sweden. Today, only about 10 % of newly built multi-storey houses use wooden frames. Forecasts predict a sharp rise in this area. This growing trend is a good opportunity for the Norwegian building industry since we have a long tradition of using wood in residential… Read More

Moscow

Take your position in the Russian travel market!

Take part in Norwegian Travel Workshop in Moscow and St.Petersburg, the unique platform for establishing business in Russia. Russia is Norway’s largest neighboring country, with a population of 146 million people. A strengthened Russian rouble has generated a great potential for a tourist flow from this vast country. The increased purchasing power among consumers provides… Read More

Agribusiness Opportunities in Kenya

Agriculture, which includes aquaculture, is a major contributor to Kenya’s economy. It is the leading economic sector, accounting for 22% of the gross domestic product (GDP). The sector also accounts for more than 50% of Kenya’s total exports and provides more than 16% of formal employment in the private sector. Growth of the national economy… Read More

London

Five reasons to grow your fintech in London

London has been at the very heart of the global ‘fintech revolution’ for several years. Join leading industry players at London’s biggest fintech event – London Fintech Week – with a series of conferences, workshops, hackatons and meetups – and get the answers you need directly from the decision-makers.  London is frequently referred to as… Read More

World Efficiency Solutions

France offers a global arena for sustainable solutions

Climate change and depletion of resources are a fact. We are currently facing global environmental challenges that are driving a fast growing demand for sustainable solutions. Norwegian companies have potential to address these challenges as suppliers of innovative and competitive solutions within both services and technologies.   Norwegian companies aspiring to get in contact with… Read More

Bits & pretzels: Bavaria could be the place for your tech-company

Silicon Valley, New York and Tokyo are leading hubs that are probably most associated with high-tech, startups and innovation. What, if you didn’t have to look so far away to find an active startup ecosystem for high-tech innovation and scientific development? Innovation Norway is now paving the way for Norwegian entrepreneurs in the south of… Read More

Demands of functional food in Vietnam

There is a growing demand for vitamin supplements and other functional foods in the Vietnamese market. Norwegian players have just started entering the market. Møller liver fish oil and different Norwegian vitamin supplements are already distributed in pharmacies, specialty shops and online stores in Vietnam. As Vietnamese buyers highly value Norwegian supplements for quality and… Read More

New program in South Africa provides opportunities for Norwegian FinTech companies

It’s no news that the FinTech sector is booming. The UK and USA have dominated the push for digital disruption in the financial service industry. But, when it comes to recent news in the FinTech sector, there’s a new country making headlines – South Africa. Read more at the Innovation Norway web site (Photo: Thinkstock)

E-mobility: Germany continues to go forward

The number of officially registered electric and hybrid cars is rising in Germany. This means the recharging infrastructure also has to grow. Therefore, a syndicate of leading car manufacturers has established a joint venture for the development of a public infrastructure of quick charging stations. This initiative can provide a good opportunity for Norwegian companies,… Read More

Increased interest in development of land based aquaculture in Poland

 The Polish fish processing industry is one of the largest in Europe and continues to grow. An increasing demand for fish products and support from EU funding is triggering investments in aquaculture. Other Scandinavian countries are already taking advantage of this growth and Norwegian companies should also seize this opportunity. The Polish fish processing industry… Read More