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These days, many companies are interested in establishing themselves in Norway. It’s not easy to find your way in a new country, so we've made an interactive guide for how to do this.
“Invest in Bergen will of course be here to assist all companies that need help and guidance to settle in Greater Bergen,” says Tone Hartvedt in Invest in Bergen.
“We hope this guide can act as a first step for showing businesses how to get started, and how easy it is to establish in Norway.”
In the guide you’ll find information about how to register a company, what legal obligations you will have and tips on understanding Norwegian business culture. You will also find links to how to apply for permission to work, and other useful information.
In addition, the guide provides information about how to move to Norway, and what type of requirements there will be from the Norwegian authorities depending on your nationality.
“I really hope you find our new guide useful, and that you contact us to get more information. We also recommend hiring a professional accounting company to help you through the whole process of starting a company in Norway. That way, you can avoid common pitfalls”, Hartvedt says.
From left: Vidar Totland, Tone Hartvedt and Ben Steele from Invest in Bergen. Our team can help you to start a new business in Greater Bergen.
Welcome to Greater Bergen
Greater Bergen has strong ocean industries and a vibrant media tech and fintech environment. Invest in Bergen can introduce you to our network across these sectors.
We wish you a warm welcome to our industries in Greater Bergen, Norway!