Bergen Chamber of Commerce and Industry

Bergen Chamber of Commerce and Industry's vision is to be the driving force behind making the Bergen region the most attractive commercial area of Norway.

It is a politically neutral service organization, and the largest locally based organization in Bergen with over 2 800 members that emply more than 100.000 emplyees. Bergen Chamber of Commerce and Industry builds bridges between companies, politics, education and research.


The Chamber has had an impressive increase in its activities in recent years, which lead to an extensive cooperation at national, Nordic and European level. Bergen Chamber of Commerce and Industry is organised through the world wide Chambers network.



INN Bergen - Service centre for the Bergen Region

The Bergen Chamber also offers services to companies that recruit foreign workers. INN Bergen takes care of the expatriots and particularly their families including all organizational and social aspects like support in finding a place to live as well as social involvement in the city's society through membership in clubs or other arrangements.

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