Business Region Bergen

Business Region Bergen offers unique possibilities, created to make the region more visible and better marketed, working towards a vision of making the Bergen region the most pioneer-friendly region in Norway.

Close cooperation with the thriving business sector will be one key to the organization's success. Business Region Bergen has been established to support and increase cooperation with industry and business sectors, representing the interests of the Bergen Region as a whole in relation to the international environment.

 

BRB is working towards achieving the best cooperative model - incorporating all essential elements of the regional structure – government, industry and business, educational institutions, tourism, and, of course, the people who live and work in the Bergen region.

 

BRB goals and tasks include the clear communication of the advantages of the region for potential employees, investors, projects and companies, contribution to the strategic positioning of the region on an international level as well as continuos work on the positive development of the fundamental aspects of the region from an educational, economical, social and cultural perspective.

 

Business Region Bergen is truly a joint effort that has arisen as an initiative from regional and local governments throughout the region. The ownership represents this “bottom-up” communication strategy, with ownership of the company being shared between the Hordaland County (35%), the Bergen municipality (35%) and other municipalities in the Bergen region (30%).

 

View foreword of Business Region Bergen's Chairman of the Board

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