The world is undergoing increasingly rapid, unpredictable, and unprecedented change – digital transformation, climate change, Covid-19 pandemic poses challenges to businesses across different industries. In order to maintain continuous business operations and remain profitable, companies have to adapt to disruptions, innovate their products and business models and find new ways to customers and business partners. Companies must embrace Resilience.

Resilience plays an even more important role in interstate relations when it comes to withstanding geopolitical challenges. This year Lithuania and Norway celebrate the centenary of the establishment of diplomatic relations and thirty years since the relations between our countries were re-established. On this occasion Norwegian-Lithuanian Chamber of Commerce in cooperation with the Lithuanian Embassy in Norway, the Royal Norwegian Embassy in Vilnius and Lithuanian-Norwegian Chamber of Commerce for the first time together co-organized the largest annual Norwegian and Lithuanian business event – Norwegian-Lithuanian Business Forum 2021.

Norwegian-Lithuanian Business Forum 2021 took place simultaneously in both capitals – Oslo and Vilnius providing the participants with the possibility of in-person and online attendance and welcoming 400 listed participants on-site in Vilnius, Oslo, and online.

The event participants have:

🔹 Learned what measures have been taken by Norway and Lithuania‘s governments to support national economies and what new opportunities they create for businesses of both countries.

🔹 Got insights from businesses of various industries – High-Tech, Manufacturing, Services, and Construction – on the external shocks companies were exposed to during a pandemic and their mitigation strategies to handle those challenges.

🔹 Met potential business partners at a virtual B2B session as well as physically in Oslo.

The event took place on November 11 at

Radisson Blu Hotel Lietuva in Vilnius | 11 AM CEST 

DNB Headquarters in Oslo | 12 PM EEST