Dan Odfjell’s lifelong dream of becoming a farmer matured in an unexpected place: he now runs Odfjell Vineyards in Chile’s Maipo Valley.
Norwegian Rain, is a Bergen-based designer retailer that makes clothes that can stand up to the rain in their home city.
Australian entrepreneur Talor Brown has burst into the coffee and donut market in Oslo, opening two Talormade shops in the capital.
After living in Oslo for a year, Nate and Leslie Axvig sought to fill a gap in the American outdoor clothing market by founding Aktiv Style.
Helicopter pilot Kate Günther Ellefsen took a career turn and opened Grini Hjemmebakeri, specializing in Norwegian kransekake.
After learning the craft in Connecticut, entrepreneurs Anne and Louis Jordan opened the first of 78 Peppes Pizza restaurants in Oslo in 1970.
Jennifer Vessels of Next Step discusses principles of “human-centric” leadership, where company leaders account for employees’ personal needs.
Oslo-based Adevinta, majority-owned by Schibsted has acquired eBay Classifieds Group for $9.2 billion, drawing praise from industry insiders.
Oslo’s Vaccibody developed a vaccine technology for cancer that might be useful against COVID-19, sending shares soaring.
Stavanger and Houston, the “oil capitals” of their home countries, are showing how to transform from an oil city to a smart city.