Since 1986, the German Norwegian Chamber of Commerce has been the strategic partner for companies wanting to expand their business activities in Norway or Germany. As a representative of the German economy in Norway, they are the link between politicians, institutions and decision-makers in both countries.
Today they have more than 660 member companies, with over 30,000 employees. This makes them the largest bilateral chamber of commerce in Norway.
MARKET CONSULTING AND MARKET ENTRY ASSISTANCE
Their friendly, bilingual employees know the German and the Norwegian market in and out, through first-hand experience. Get a first impression of the foreign market through an initial consultation. They offer tailor-made services for small and medium sized companies.
They provide new business contacts for distribution in Norway or Germany. If you do not want to open an office abroad, you can engage a sales representative or an authorized distributor for your goods. They can help you find suitable agents.
Many of our customers are German companies with business activities in Norway that outsource their administrative area in order to concentrate on their core business. Their employees are very familiar with the Norwegian rules.
If you have employees in Norway, they take care of the calculation and transfer of payroll taxes, check travel expenses and social security contributions.
LEGAL AND TAX
German Norwegian Chamber of Commerce has lawyers who will answer any questions you may have in connection with the establishment of companies or business operations.
As a member of the German-Norwegian Chamber of Commerce, you stand to benefit greatly from their extensive business network. Use their events and network meetings to keep up to date about trends, business opportunities, industry and export activities.
A selection of their services:
- Individual market analysis
- Matchmaking events, conferences and meetings as well as study trips
- Intercultural workshops
- Advice on corporate, tax and labour law
- Quarterly membership magazine CONNECT