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The Research Council’s Focus on Business seminar 2014

 

The Focus on Business conference is the year’s top venue for exchanges between representatives of the sector. The Research Council of Norway encourages seminar participants to reach beyond their comfort zones and seek out new challenges.
Norway has done well in navigating the recent financial crisis. Even though the economic turmoil is far from over, a number of countries have begun to recover. 

 


Norway is a knowledge-rich society. But do we also have the muscle needed to ensure our ability to compete in the face of growing international competition?

The Research Council’s Focus on Business seminar will provide useful advice on how to succeed abroad. A variety of thematically-oriented seminars and workshops will be held afterwards.
Copies of Norway Exports will be available. 

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