Embassy of Lithuania in Norway and Embassy of Poland in Norway, together with Polish Investment and Trade Agency (PAIH) (PAIH) (PAIH) in Oslo, Lithuanian-Norwegian Chamber of Commerce and Norwegian-Polish Chamber of Commerce (NPCC) and strong support from DNB and Norwegian – Lithuanian Chamber of Commerce have decided to unite their efforts and organize a joint event for construction companies, furniture manufacturers and other participants of related value chain.

The year 2023 has brought in the legacy of economic challenges. Inflation, increase of the base interest rate, high energy prices keeps reducing consumers’ purchasing power and challenges businesses with the heavy task of finding a proper balance between minimization of rising costs and maximization of declining sales.

🔈 Construction and related markets are among the most affected in Norway and therefore it is crucial to open a discussion on the current situation.

🔈 On March 10th we would like to invite YOU to the joint Norwegian-Lithuanian-Polish event: Norwegian Construction Market in 2023: Should We Get Ready for a Soft Landing?

🔈 We will host some of best experts HENT AS Veidekke Norge SUBMET Statsbygg Inventura AS Energi.ai, Faun Gruppen, RAMME ARKITEKTER AS, NARESTA and decision makers to assess the status quo and emerging trends in Norway’s real estate and furniture market. The topics that we are going to cover:

🔹 whether the incentives applied by the government and large construction companies are providing necessary impetus to the industry;
🔹 why energy efficiency solutions can become an attractive business opportunity for companies in the commercial buildings segment;
🔹 why construction businesses should pay special attention to ESG requirements for the public buildings – schools, hospitals and other facilities;
🔹 whether the furniture industry should reorient itself to alternative segments after the record demand triggered by COVID.

…and much more! Meet the company leaders, decision makers, experts, purchasing managers, architects and others from Norwegian, Lithuanian and Polish construction ecosystems!