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Oslo Chamber of Commerce

Oslo Chamber of Commerce is a private membership and service organization, with most of the members located in the Oslo area.

The objective is to contribute to increased profitability and increased competitiveness of member companies through networking, skills development and consulting in international business.

Oslo Chamber of Commerce has an international focus and offers knowledge and contacts through the world’s largest business network. We have a wide range of breakfast meetings, seminars and events. We want to maintain a Norwegian competitiveness in a global world. We are also a key driver for business development.

 

International services

 

Make it pay to have an international focus.

We assists you with international trade. Our services are all tailored to provide you with easy access to international markets.

 

Toll Pass and Certification

ATA-carnet is the customs passport for goods or professional equipment, saving you both time and money. Need certification of export documents, the online service eCertify may be the solution.

 

New markets

Mapping the opportunities and challenges in emerging markets. Let Oslo Chamber of Commerce assist when you are looking for new knowledge and contacts outside Norway.

 

Effective employees from day one

Is your business hiring expertise from abroad to work in Norway? INN – International Network of Norway has more than 10 years of experience in facilitating foreign employees. Minimise your investment risk of the employee leaving due to dissatisfaction in their new homeland. We relieve your HR department and ensure that the employee can quickly settle in and be productive from day one!

 

Oslo Chamber of Commerce makes it easier for you to conduct international business! 

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