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Message from our patron

 

I am
delighted to have this opportunity to convey warm appreciation to the members
of the Norwegian Irish Business Association for their ongoing work in promoting
friendship and business relations between Norway and Ireland. Our two countries share a wide range of views
and interests and cooperate closely on a variety of international issues. NIBA plays a valuable role in helping to
develop the bilateral links between Norway and Ireland and in highlighting the
mutual advantage for both countries from more intensive economic and business
links. I am very pleased to follow in
the footsteps of my predecessors and to continue the close cooperation which they had with NIBA in working to
develop closer business links between 
our two countries.

Angela O’Farrell

Ambassador

August 2013.


 

Doing business in Ireland

 

Ireland offers investors a stable, profitable, English speaking base to service the European market and beyond. This is why more than 1,200 overseas companies have made Ireland their location of choice.

 

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Doing business in Norway 

 

Norway has a highly motivated, educated and skilled staff and management, well capitalised companies and strict financial control. The attitude towards foreign co-operation and investment is positive.

 

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Events Program 2018 PDF Print E-mail

30 January - Annual Meeting in NIBA

17:00 - 19:00 at the Embassy of Ireland

A NIBA activity

28 February - International Forum with Yara

17:00 - 20:00 at Arntzen de Besche, Bygdøy Allé 2, Oslo

NIBA members invited

An Oslo Chamber of Commerce activity


7 March - About digital maturity in your company

08:30 - 10:00 at Oslo Chamber of Commerce, St. Olavsgt.27, Oslo
NIBA members invited

An Oslo Chamber of Commerce activity


13 March - Global Economic Outlook

08:30 - 10:00 at Danske Bank, Bryggetorget 4, Oslo

NIBA members invited

An Oslo Chamber of Commerce activity


17 March - St Patrick's Day

17 March - St Patrick's Day Parade in Oslo (Saturday)

12:00  - Starting point at Jernbanetorget (outside Oslo S). Gathetring from 11:30. Parade ends at Universitetsplassen.

A Norwegian Irish Society activity, supported by NIBA