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AmCham Norway Member Company Profile: Frisch – an information company

Category: AmCham News

Specializing in collecting, analyzing and utilizing information most effectively for their clients, Frisch’s services are defined as corporate and competitive intelligence and are used in support of negotiations, mergers and acquisitions, litigation, tender processes, political processes and crisis situations. “The concept is that truthful and documentable information can be absolutely critical for a company to […]

Source: AmCham

Published: September 25, 2017


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IBM inngår partnerskap med NCE Media

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Category: Communications/PR/Media

IBM er valgt som teknologipartner for NCE Media, og medieklyngens innovasjonslaboratorium, MCB Media Lab, skal baseres på skyteknologi fra IBM. I januar 2018 flytter også IBM sine over 60 ansatte i Bergen til Media City Bergen(MCB). Den nye medielaben blir en viktig innovasjons- og utviklingsarena. MCB Media Lab blir selve innovasjonshjertet i medieklyngen der MCBs mange aktører utvikler […]

Source: My News Desk

Published: September 25, 2017


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Facebook vil hjelpe partiene i valgkampen

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Category: Communications/PR/Media

Facebook skal møte de politiske partiene for å vise hvordan de best mulig kan bruke plattformen til å engasjere velgerne i valgkampen. Dette er første gang Facebook tar direkte kontakt med norske politikere og inviterer dem til et møte, melder NRK. – Det er i og for seg ikke noe problem, men det er noen […]

Source: NTB

Published: September 25, 2017


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New Publication: Membership Guide 2017-2018

Category: AmCham News

Membership Guide 2017-18 We proudly present to you our 2017-18 Membership Guide! This annual publication serves to further promote exchange within AmCham’s extensive network of member and partner organizations throughout Norway and the United States. AmCham continues to work tirelessly on issues that facilitate US-Norway business exchange, including promotion of pro-business policy, events and trusted […]

Source: AmCham

Published: September 25, 2017


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This weird TV show from Norway will be your new favorite Netflix binge

Category: Business and Investment News

Norway’s slam hit Slow TV has never left its home country, but it’s hard to understand why. Their first broadcast in 2009 was a 7.5 hour long train ride from Bergen to Oslo. It turned out to be immensely popular and was watched by two million people – nearly 40 percent of Norway’s population. After that a […]

Source: The Next Web

Published: September 25, 2017


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