Norway Convention Bureau and its partners will assist you in finding the right venue for your event in Norway.
Norway Convention Bureau promotes Norway as an international meetings destination and helps conference and incentive organisers to plan their events.
Norway Convention Bureau (NCB) acts as a central point of contact for event organisers interested in Norway, providing neutral advice and putting you in contact with the best suppliers for your needs, thus helping you make the right decisions for your event.
NCB is a member-based organisation with 24 partners and acts as an umbrella body for the Norwegian conference industry. NCB is affiliated with ICCA (International Congress and Convention Association) and UIA (Union of International Associations).
As the official representatives of the international meetings industry in Norway, NCB is experienced at dealing with all requests professionally and promptly, right down to the smallest detail. What's more, with a broad portfolio of established partners across the conference sector, NCB can guarantee a successful meeting.
Norway has a wide selection of high-quality hotels, as well as excellent event facilities - the perfect destination to unwind from the hectic everyday routines back home. NCB is always happy to provide a first-hand introduction to all that Norway has to offer.
NCB can provide free advice if you are:
Norway Convention Bureau (NCB)
Karenslyst Allé 4
Phone: +47 21 06 32 12
You can also contact NCB staff directly:
Phone: +47 92 83 38 52
Jorun Aasen Kristiansen
Phone: +47 97 70 48 98
Phone: +47 98 48 00 50
Project Manager Events
Phone: +47 93 60 66 71
Phone: + 47 97 50 43 87
The capital of Norway is a well-equipped conference city with a cosy and easily navigated city centre. There are meeting facilities for up to 6,000 people and over 12,000 hotel rooms with a total of 20,000 beds on offer.
Røros is one of the oldest wooden towns in Europe. A UNESCO World Heritage site, Røros can host meetings for up to 600 delegates.
Stavanger is one of Norway's larger cities with over 127,000 inhabitants and can offer around 10,000 conference chairs. It is situated within easy reach of the extraordinary cliff Preikestolen (the Pulpit Rock).
Easily accessible from major European cities, Bergen is an international congress destination with conference facilities for up to 2,100 delegates. Thanks to the compact city centre, delegates also benefit from having everything they need within walking distance.
Easily accessible from Europe, Trondheim is a city of education and research. Trondheim Spektrum can arrange conferences for up to 3,000 delegates.
The professional network Arctic meetings can help you arrange a conference, incentive trip or event in the Arctic region.
Hurtigruten's 13 ships have modern meeting rooms and conference facilities, so you can take your team on an inspiring journey along the coast of Norway.
XXLofoten specialises in the planning, organisation and execution of meetings, incentives, congresses, conferences and events in the Lofoten Islands.
In addition to 9 hotels and conference capacity for 800 delegates, Ålesund boasts one of Europe’s most distinctive collection of Art Nouveau buildings.
Norway Convention Bureau and its partners can help you to find the right venue for your event in Norway.
Norway Convention Bureau's hotel partners cover the whole country, offering conference facilities at all of its destinations.
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Norway welcomes hundreds of direct flights from Europe and provides good access from the rest of the continent by rail, road and ferry.