Oslo, 18th August: NICCI members were¬†effectively brought up to speed on the latest in Indian economy and politics, as seen from the Norwegian Embassy in Delhi.¬†Giving his annual exclusive update to NICCI members, Ambassador Nils Ragnar Kamsv√•g first dived straight into the current Indian political scene.
Successful NICCI event with a Norway-India tourism focus, followed by a garden reception. State Secretary Dilek Ayhan, Loveleen Rihel Brenna, Per Holte and H.E. Debraj Pradhan introduced us to a two-way street with a lot of future potential.
The gift package from the University of Oslo: a top student working 5 months in your company or organization in India -for free.
MUMBAI: for 3 days the IFN/NICCI study group made the 20 million people metropolis unsafe, hunting high and low for Indian game-changing. The catch brought home was tons of inspiration and a tiny bottle of coconut hair-oil.
Dear NICCI member – we have the pleasure of inviting you to our “Innovation study trip” to Mumbai and Delhi, followed by the Norway-Asia Business Summit in Delhi.
You have the technology. India offers an enormous market. Innovation Norway has a new program for Norwegian startups.
Fra 1. januer 2015 s√łker vi praktikant til Norway India Chamber of Commerce and Industry. Praksisperioden gjelder for 5 m√•neder (januar 2015 til juli 2015). Arbeidsmengde 7 -14 timer per uke.
This was the clear message from the Minister of Trade and Industry, Monica M√¶land. In a meeting this week, she gave us a valuable update on the still ongoing EFTA-India Trade agreement negotiations.
After the official welcome at the Royal Castle, the next stop for the Indian business delgation was the DNB headquarters in Bj√łrvika. Innovation Norway organized the business seminar packed with useful information. Preparing the delegates for their future Norway business activities.
The largest ever Indian Business delegation to Norway was hitting the streets of Oslo today – hungry for business. They are following President Mukherjee on the first Indian state visit to Norway.