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The Oslo Region Alliance has worked with many partners over the years to highlight Oslo as a destination for tourists, work, investments and businesses. To support this collaborate work, Oslo Region Alliance together with Visit Oslo and Oslo Business Region have created a Brand Management Strategy and a guide businesses, muncipalitites and others can use when promoting Oslo. In addition, the State of the City reports evaluates Oslos recognition internationally
Oslo: State of the City 2020
Drawing from a database of more than 500 global indexes spanning 20,000 data points, "State of the City" assesses Oslo’s current performance, covering topics such as Oslo’s emerging status in the green economy, startup friendliness, and the city’s performance on diversity.
The Oslo Region Brand Management Strategy
As Oslo’s population grows, the metropolitan region is developing a distinctive metropolitan character and becoming more dynamic, integrated and internationally interdependent. The Brand Management Stategy is about building identity and finding our own voice, deliberately developing and demonstrating Oslo´s values.
Check out Oslo Brand Guide for an easy overview how you can include the Oslo Brand in your work.
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Oslo Innovation Week
Oslo Innovation Week brings forward new voices and innovation in action. We highlight bold solutions that solve real global challenges through entrepreneurship, technology, and innovation. A week of 80+ events, organized by 140+ amazing partners. Join us from wherever you are. All you have to do is sign up for your favorite events!
Government Reveals Plan To Open Border
As of September 25th, Norway has lifted all COVID-19 restrictions, will allow residents of all EU/EEA/Schengen countries to enter the country. Residents of so-called purple countries will also be permitted to enter, along with residents of the U.K. and Switzerland. In phase two, the government will open the border to all countries on the EU’s third country list. The quarantine period will be removed. This phase is expected to come into force in 3-4 weeks.
The restaurants, bars and cafés Norwegian fashion insiders love
Areas such as Grünerløkka, St. Hanshaugen and Tøyen are still as trendy as ever, but the bright and shiny new places being developed right by the sea are particularly cool right now. Like a moth to the flame, restaurateurs and hip entrepreneurs have been flocking to open up places here. You'll find small art galleries such as Kösk showcasing modern art, the towering Munch Museum, Instagram-friendly spots to have a bite, and lots of places to hang out while gazing out at the fjord.