From left: Mahnaaz Khan, NBAI, General Consul Torbjørn Holthe, Industries Minister of the state of Maharashtra Mr. Subhash Desai and Pankaj Patil, Innovation Norway.

India has been described as the “only bright spot” on the global economic scenario and has emerged as one of the fastest growing economies in the world today. Norwegian companies have been present in India for long, covering areas like maritime, oil & gas, fisheries & aquaculture, ICT, health and renewables, among many others. The recent policy initiatives by the Indian government have generate... Read more

Gjøa platform in Norway designed by Aker Solutions. 
Photo: Aker Solutions.

Team Norway made its presence felt by putting up a Norwegian Booth at India’s biggest Oil & Gas show, Petrotech 2016. Major Norwegian Oil & Gas companies like Aker Solutions, Kongsberg and DNV GL were represented at the booth Read more

Norwegian Salmon Tandoori. 

The Norwegian seafood council estimates the potential market for Norwegian salmon in India to over 200 million people across the country. Indian companies take advantage of home delivery system in order to market seafood. There is an interest for various species of Norwegian seafood in India; the most demanded are Salmon, Cod, Halibut and Mackerel. Read more

Variety of Nordic seafood in Mumbai

Norwegian seafood council continues to expand its reach in India. This time it teamed up with the Sweden & Norwegian missions to cater to a bigger group of Nordic consumers of Salmon. Read more

Did you know that the world´s population consumes 14 million meals of Norwegian salmon every day? With its large population, India is a huge potential market for Norwegian salmon. However, the import to India constitutes only a small portion of Norway´s total export. The Norwegian Seafood Council is now scaling up their activities in India to mark Norway´s position as the world’s biggest produc... Read more

The Indian delegation visiting offshore rig in Norway. 
Photo: Innovation Norway / INTSOK.

Impressive 65 718 visitors recently flocked to Stavanger in Norway, to attend one of the world’s most important oil, gas and energy events. A delegation from India’s oil and gas industry was among the visitors to the Offshore Northern Seas (ONS) 2016 conference. Read more

Illustration from Norway's Action Plan on Business and Human Rights. 
Photo: MFA.

Corporate Social Responsibility – or CSR – refers to the responsibility companies are expected to assume for people, society and the environment that are affected by their activities. The extensive engagement in CSR at many different levels sometimes makes it difficult for individual companies to keep track. A seminar was recently organised to make Norwegian companies in India find their way... Read more

Representative photo. 
Photo: UMS.

Founded in Norway in 1997, Unified Messaging Systems (UMS) is today the world’s foremost provider of critical messaging and alerting solutions. UMS has operations spread across Bangalore, Mumbai and Pune in India. Here they develop effective emergency warning systems to help reduce the impact of disasters, including for regions in coastal India. Read more

Representative illustration of a smart city. 
Photo: Capankajsmilyo / Wikimedia Commons.

Almost half of India’s population is projected to live in cities by 2030. Last year, India launched the Smart Cities Mission to cater to this growth and improve urban life quality. Norwegian companies are now teaming up to enter the expanding smart city sector. Read more

Photo: Oslo Medtech.

India is positioned to become one of the world’s largest health care markets. Health technology cluster Oslo Medtech is working to help Norwegian companies entering the rapidly increasing Indian health care sector. Read more