Want to get a better idea of what events in Norway can look like? Check out our case studies below for inspiration and to see what Norway has to offer!
Incentive: Building an ice hotel
There is no better way to boost team spirit than to create something together. The German company PROGROUP took a trip to Northern Norway to help with the construction of the Sorrisniva Ice Hotel in Alta. How cool is that!
A trade fair in Norway: Offshore Technology Days
OTD is the leading exhibition and conference for the Norwegian energy industry. Attracting around 500 companies and up to 20,000 visitors from more than 30 countries every year, it is the perfect platform to showcase and discuss solutions for a sustainable future.
Congress for the European Academy of Neurology
In the summer of 2019, a few thousand neurologists gathered in the Norway Convention and Exhibition Centre for four days of presentations, networking, and fun activities. Read more about this inspiring event and how it was brought to Norway.
Hybrid event: The Norwegian Swimming Association’s coaching and leadership conference
Due to the pandemic, many events were organised online in 2020, making them accessible for people all over the world. Find out how the Norwegian Swimming Association (NSF) turned their annual conference into a partly virtual event with people participating both at the venue and remotely.
Cultural event: Øyafestivalen
Øyafestivalen, one of Oslo’s largest music events, is on a mission to become the world’s most sustainable event. Here’s how they combine a green mindset with great live music, delicious food and a unique atmosphere!
Sport event: the Arctic Race of Norway
The Arctic Race of Norway is more than a competition – it wants to be a driver for innovation and change. The race creates jobs for people who are excluded from the labour market and takes a leading role in sustainability. Read more about this great sport event in Northern Norway.