Bergen is the second largest city in Norway. Home to 420,000 people, the city is an international centre for shipping, offshore petroleum and subsea technology, with flight connections from Bergen Airport and access to the E39 and E16 motorways among the attractions for businesses located here. It is also home to the Port of Bergen, the largest container shipping port in Norway, while regular express trains link the city with Oslo Central Station within just seven hours.
Prominent companies located in Bergen include Rolls-Royce, Gexcon, Statoil, Schlumberger and Aibel, while the University of Bergen is a major employer in the higher education sector, attracting 17,000 students to the region each year. The city is also a hub for finance, professional services and technology firms, with IBM, EY, PwC, Infosys and Tata Consultancy Services just a handful of the foreign multinationals who have selected the city as their base in western Norway.
For those seeking office space in Bergen, our centres can provide professional environments with local amenities that are sure to appeal. Alternatively, consider our inexpensive co-working options, which are particularly popular with those looking for networking opportunities with like-minded professionals. For those just passing through the area, we can offer meeting rooms for conferences and pitches, while our informal business lounges provide a productive space for when you need to work on the move, with pre-paid options available via our Membership programmes. Our facilities can also be equipped to serve as your virtual office, allowing you to establish a base in Norway.