Oslo is the capital of Norway and the third largest city in Scandinavia. The city has played a crucial role in defining Norway's culture, politics and economy. With its grand open vistas, historical museums and easy access to the neighboring Fjords, this city is a tourist's dream come true. Whether you are an art or history buff or simply an outdoors person, Oslo will never fail to charm you. Visit the official website for detailed information.
bMenu was established in 2005 and is an upcoming software company. They are more into developing navigation technology for desktops and mobiles. Their internet toolbar called the NNS (browser navigation) is free and gives users a complete overview of a website without any manual navigation.
Acando is an IT consulting firm established in 1997 and has two offices in Norway, one in Oslo while the other is in Trondheim. The Oslo office is just a few steps away from the Parliament and has 70 employees. Their focal areas are project management, architecture, solution delivery and software development.
This is the central, downtown station for the extremely efficient Tunnelbanen, or T-Bane, underground train system. Close to the Oslo Port Authority, ferry traffic will find the transfer quick and easy. The station can become quite crowded at times as this is a popular shopping district and the eight train lines all converge at this station. Tickets cover all forms of public transport within Oslo and there are many different passes with varying rates and coverage from an hour to several days.
Located at the lively Karl Johans neighborhood, The Norwegian Children and Youth Council is a non-profit organization for children and the youth. This non-governmental institute offers more than 30 courses, with a few offered free and held by the LNU employees. They also lend their staff to volunteer fr assignments across the country. Check out the website for more information.
What's could be better than listening to some of the best DJs in Norway while surrounded by plenty of food, alcohol, and beautiful people? Perhaps doing all of that 12 stories above the ground, atop the historic Folkteateret building, with a beautiful panoramic view of the bustling city of Oslo would be an improvement. This is the premise of Stratos. For most of the year it is rented out for weddings or corporate events, but during certain holidays and the summer months it opens up to the public as a nightclub featuring live music, DJs, and an unforgettable view. Call or email for table reservations.
Oslo Kongresseter (Oslo Congress Centre) stands in the heart of the city and is one of the premier business centers of Oslo. Suave and sophisticated, this venue hosts a plethora of international conferences, conventions, trade fairs, meetings, exhibitions and other corporate events. A well-equipped press room, an internet cafe, a Congress Hall, a beautiful Foyer, an auditorium, a banquet room and various other spaces are housed within the Kongresseter. Refreshments are served at events, by the center. Check website for more information.