Oslo: State of the city 2017

Cities all over the world are competing for talent, visitors, investors and attention.
How is Oslo doing, in this highly competitive and global game? On April 19th the 3rd edition of Oslo: State of the City report was launched at SALT.

Oslo is improving its position and visibility despite the depth of competition. We are becoming an internationally important location for entrepreneurship and innovation, but we have to accelerate the storytelling. Oslo is 4th of 50 global cities for climate change leadership, and Oslo’s social and environmental model is a big advantage. Hospitality is the area that has improved most since this 2015, but there is room to keep improving.

On stage at SALT: The Vice Mayor for Business Development and Public Ownership Geir Lippestad, Professor Greg Clark from The Business of Cities Group in London, CEO of OBR Fredrik Winther, and Director of Communications Marit Høvik Hartmann.

Want to know more? Check the report below to get the full story:

Oslo: State of the city 2017 – intro from Oslo Business Region

Oslo: State of the city 2017 – Greg Clark from Oslo Business Region

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Posted on: April 21. 2017
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