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Let's Go, Oslo - Launching a business in Oslo
Did you know? Oslo is one of the fastest growing capitals in Europe and is a top place to launch and build startups. The region gives ambitious entrepreneurs easy access to everything a capital can offer and a culture that supports work-life balance.
Did you know?
- The Oslo region is packed with startups receiving investment, and there is a focus on tech, sustainability and innovation. Is your startup idea the next big thing? Come and join the movement - the Oslo way.
- There are over 90 physical startup hubs, including incubators, accelerators and industry clusters, and a wide range of co-working spaces and meetups where you can develop your business and ideas. These communities provide expertise and networks within ocean, green tech, fintech, building and construction, smart city, creative industries, life science and more.
👀 Did you know that the Oslo region stretches beyond the capital? Easily accessible by public transportation, there are many smaller cities and towns along the waterfront, in the mountains and on the countryside. If you thrive in the buzz of a city but also likes to sail, ski and spend time in nature, Oslo is the place for you.
Check out #LetsGoOslo on social media for more reasons why the Oslo region should be your next startup adventure.
The Oslo region covers more than 65 municipalities and is home to more than 1.2 million people. The entire region is within a two hour reach by car, bus, train or ferry. Why move to Oslo?
Quality of life, access to nature, high education, cutting edge tech, safety, health and equality
Interested in learning more?
- Invest in Norway by Innovation Norway
👏Thanks to Raja Skogland who is Swiss-Moroccan and Christian Skaarup Rasmussen from Denmark for participating in our film.
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