Investors and highly educated locals alike are turning their attention to Oslo’s startup scene – for good reason.
Oslo is home to an unprecedented quality of life, including easy access to education and career opportunities. Norway’s highly educated population has moreover refocused and is pouring its knowledge and experience into the capital’s startup ecosystem.
Investors and venture capitalists, as well as large corporations and the public sector, have also opened their eyes – and wallets – to be a part of it. As one of the world’s fastest growing cities, Oslo’s startup scene will no doubt pull you in.
In our Startup Guide Oslo book, we give the lowdown on the tips and tricks you need to help you break into the scene and get your creative juices flowing. Filled with startups, coworking spaces, programs as well as interviews with founders and experts, our guide gives you all the information you need for your entrepreneurial journey in the Norwegian capital.
*As part of our partnership with One Tree Planted, the purchase of the paperback copy of this guidebook (or any of our other guidebooks) contributes toward the planting of a tree.
Note: Unfortunately, this book is not available in digital format.
Published October 2016
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