Public Procurement in Norway (Oslo)
NOTE! The price for this event is 100 NOK. This event is FREE for members of Lithuanian-Norwegian Chamber of Commerce and Oslo International Hub.
Lithuanian-Norwegian Chamber of Commerce(LNCC), Norwegian-Lithuanian Chamber of Commerce(NLCC) and Oslo International Hub (OIH) are proud to invite you to a seminar about the Public Procurement in Norway. We invite Difi (Agency for Public Management and eGovernment in Norway) and Oslo Municipality to give their first-hand knowledge about the topic, as well as special guest from Lithuania to share how an international startupers can also succeed with public procurement in Norway. The seminar is in English.
WHEN: 14. April 2015 | TIME 8:45-12:00
WHERE: Oslo International Hub, Oscars gate 27, Oslo 0366
COST: 1oo NOK | Free for OIH and LNCC members
REGISTRATION: please go here.
The Norwegian public sector is an important market. Annually public entities buy goods and services for approximately NOK 400 billion. The contracts vary widely in scope, which implies that, both Norwegian or non-Norwegian private enterprises should be able to tender for profitable opportunities. The seminar will cover following topics:
- How does Public tender system works in Norway
- How to find public tender information
- How to qualify for participating in tenders
- Issues that non-Norwegian enterprises must know
- Filing of tender documents
- What needs that contractor for the Public tender in Norway has when writing a tender proposal
- How to win a Public tender in Norway
- “Difi about the public tender system in Norway” – Ms Elisabeth Sundholm, Senior Adviser, Difi – Agency for Public Management and eGovernment
- “5 dos and donts on how to win the contractors attention – view from the public tender contractor Oslo Municipality” – Ms Ingvild Lundin Nordahl, Oslo Municipality
- SPECIAL GUEST: Bergblaa prosjekt AS is a small startup Norwegian-Lithuanian company. Their business model is based on winning the Public Tenders in Norway. The company is working on tender projects in the field of heritage protection, buildings and art restoration and conservation. Founded in 2014 it had turnover of 2,7 MNOK same year. Mr. Laurynas Dalgeda will share their success story and tips for small companies on how to succeed.
- “Insiders Tricks and Tips when searching in the Norwegian Tender Database” – Ms Elisabeth Sundholm, Senior Adviser, Difi – Agency for Public Management and eGovernment
11:30 Q & A SESSION WITH THE SPEAKERS