LNCC Annual General Meeting 2019

On 2019.05.06 the Board of the Lithuanian – Norwegian Chamber of Commerce (LNCC) held an Annual General Meeting 2019 at DNB Head Quarters in Oslo.

Chairman of the Board, Tom O. Kleppestø presented the achievements of LNCC during 2018 and plans for 2019. In 2019 LNCC turns 5 and thus a special arrangement is expected in August, 2019.

It was also announced that one of LNCC board members, Ausra Vankeviciute had to resign due to increased her workload and traveling. The vacation is open and thus, the Board encourages applicants to apply. Please contact via mail(at)lncc.no

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AR/VR technologies and gaming have progressed a lot since their day one. Today we see how these solutions and activities are growing out of their former borders and entering other sectors, for example, Education and Healthcare. We are witnessing a change in the Gaming industry, where it has become an e-Sport, an art, and an activity, offering you new possibilities to acquire new skills.

We invite you to this unique arrangement where you can get to know about real-life applications and participate in a panel discussion about whether becoming more and more dependent on today’s technologies leads us in a right direction.

9:00 Doors open, Weak-up Coffee

9:10-9:20 Welcome speech

9:20-9:50 Is VR really going to make us happy? by Algirdas Stonys, CEO of Telesoftas

9:50-10:20 How Will VR Change Treatment in Mental Health? by Audrone Miskinyte, Ass.Professor at University of Bergen

10:20-10:50 AR & VR as Measures to Decrease Technology Gaps Between the Disabled: the Case of DotWatch by Eglė Čiuoderienė, Chief Business Development Officer at SneakyBox

10:50-11:20 Creating new realities – how games and AI are changing our place in the world
by Renaldas Žioma, Shepherd at Unity Technologies

11:20-11:50 Coffee break, Mingling

11:50-12:50 Panel Discussion: Can AR/VR and Games Save the World?

12:50-13:00 Lunch.

17:10 – Welcome Back to our FUN part with Edutainment, AfterWork party and SAUNA

*We are polishing the program, thus it is subject to change



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TRADE MISSION TO NORWAY 16-19 October, 2017

The Lithuanian-Norwegian Chamber of Commerce (LNCC), together with the Norwegian-Lithuanian Chamber of Commerce (NLCC), in partnership with Enterprise Lithuania and the Embassy of the Republic of Lithuania in Oslo, is taking a select group of Lithuanian companies in the construction sector to explore business opportunities in the Norwegian market and form relations with key local contacts.

This mission is to meet with new businesses, participate in pre-arranged individual business meetings, visit a leading Norwegian trade fair in the building and construction sector, and learn about building practices from Norwegian companies during site visits.

LNCC members are welcome to register and take part in the construction afternoon and matchmaking event on Monday 16 October. For more information, contact Simona Simonaviciute on mail@lncc.no



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Liquefied natural gas (LNG) vessel Independence reached Lithuania in 2014 as the guarantor of the Baltic region’s energy supply. Vessel’s goal is to reduce Baltic states dependence on Russian gas.

Lithuanian – Norwegian Chamber of Commerce (LNCC) and Lithuanian Professionals Club in Oslo (LPO) is inviting to hear our guest speakers sharing about this strategic geopolitical project.

Our guest speakers:

Karen Sund
Founder of Sund Energy AS who consulted Lithuania on this project that had impacted the entire country.

Morgan A. von Gegerfelt
Captain, Manager of “Independence” ship operations and project preparation phase.

Date: June 20th
Time: 17:00-19:00
Venue: Lithuanian Embassy in Oslo, Dronningens gate 3, 0244 Oslo

Come and join in this exceptional opportunity to hear about impossible making possible. Register now!

Looking forward to seeing you!

LNCC Annual Meeting & LPO Club Launch

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Lithuanian – Norwegian Chamber of Commerce (LNCC) and Lithuanian Professionals Club in Oslo (LPO) are kindly inviting company representatives and private individuals interested in business and professional development to the LPO Club Launch and LNCC Annual Meeting.

In addition to the keynote address, we have an exciting line-up of guest speakers, including:

– Arne Skøien Kvale and Shafi Adan, founders of Zoopit AS.  Entrepreneurs of 2017 in Norway (Årets Entreprenør 2017)

– Sandra Latotinaitė, attorney-at-law, member of the Norwegian Bar Association, owner of Moneyback.no

– Nerijus Adomaitis, journalist of Thomson Reuters AS

Date: May 22nd, 2017
Time: 17.00-20:00
Venue: DNB Headquarters, Dronning Eufemias gate 30, 0191 Oslo

Plenty of time to mingle with like-minded professionals, entrepreneurs, investors, discuss ideas and learn.


Lithuania Open House: General Assembly and Seminar

We welcome company representatives and private individuals interested in business development between Lithuania and Norway to a seminar and LNCC General Assembly.

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Many Lithuania-based companies struggle to find relevant business contacts in Norway. Many Norwegian companies do not know about the potential that could be provided by possible Lithuanian partners. Business Network between Lithuania and Norway is based on the know-someone basis. Most of the business networks are closed for the newcomers. During this meeting we will share some ideas on how this issue could be solved. Afterwards we invite everybody to a discussion on how to build the Norwegian-Lithuanian Business Network.


18:30   REGISTRATIONPovilas Stankevicius

Keynote speaker: Povilas Stankevičius, Analyst, Economic Research Department, DNB Lithuania
Topic: Lithuanian business and commerce in Norway. Is Lithuania capable of exporting not only goods, and services, but most importantly, new business ideas? Lithuanian entrepreneurs face a lot of challenges when trying to establish new ventures in Norway. How innovation, new technology, and social media play a role in tackling these challenges and making cross border investments and business a success?

Speaker: Edgaras Barodica, Business Development, Libra Group, Lithuania
Topic: Mr Barodica will give a short overview of his experience of last 2 years of their business in Construction and Partnership approach & Results.Edgaras Barodica All the do’s and dont’s – mistakes and successes – right and wrong, decisions, communication and expectation problems. A shortly personal observation on business traditions and mentality differences.

Seminar will be followed by the annual assembly and an open discussion.


Date: October  25th, 2016
Time: 18:30-21:00
Venue: DNB Headquarters, Dronning Eufemias gate 30, 0191 Oslo
Dress Code: Business Casual
Registration is closed.

EEA and EU grants Blue Book public consultation

The EEA and Norway Grants represent the contribution of Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway to reducing economic and social disparities in Europe and to strengthening bilateral relations with 15 EU member states in Northern, Central and Southern Europe. Give your input

The content of the 5 priority sectors and 23 programme areas eligible for funding in this period will now be finalised. These are brought together in the draft ‘Blue Book’, which is the document subject to this public consultation. 

The consultation is open and we hope that a wide range of stakeholders will choose to participate. A participant can be any private person or organisation that has experience with or interest in the EEA and Norway Grants and their objectives. Participants can be situated in beneficiary, donor or third countries, or they can work transnationally across borders. They can choose to give input to all or only to some of the programme areas of the draft ‘Blue Book’. Blue Book and Consultation survey can be found here: http://eeagrants.org/Who-we-are/How-we-work/Public-consultation-on-the-draft-priorities-for-the-EEA-and-Norway-Grants-2014-2021

DEADLINE 8th July.

Lithuanian-Norwegian Chamber of Commerce are supporting investments into the following programme area:
Innovation, Research, Education and Competitivness
1. BusinessDevelopment, Innovation and SMEs
2. Research
3. Education, Scholarship, Apprenticeships and Young Entrepreneurship
4. Work-Life Balance
5. Social Dialogue – Decent Work