Oslo Chamber of Commerce

Oslo Chamber of Commerce is an independent membership and service organization for the business community, providing a variety of trade facilitation services to Norwegian and foreign companies. It is the largest of 16 private law chambers in Norway.

The Oslo Chamber of Commerce can provide market reports for your specific industry or service, including trends, sales channels and price levels, operators and competitors.


It can also help with matchmaking and promotional seminars for visiting business delegations and investment organizations. They answer questions related to doing business in Norway and put you in touch with the right contacts, to speed up your fact-finding process.


The Expat Support Program from our INN® department is extensive and serves tha veried social and emotional needs of both the working expatriates and their accompanying family.


Among the many services provided by the Oslo Chamber of Commerce are consultancy related to import,export and custom issues, market surveys , assistance program for foreign business delegations to Norway as well as the finding and establishing business contacts.

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