The Business Compass programme for startups in Viken, Norway

Business Compass – a startup programme in Viken!

Business Compass is a FREE startup programme for people with international background aspiring to start a business in Viken fylke (formerly Akershus, Østfold and Buskerud) starting 1 December. The project provide hands-on practical assistance on how to successfully establish a business in Norway for 15 participants only. Places are starting to fill up, but still

Business Factory Bergen 2020

Business Factory 2020 programme in Bergen

Inclusion is for the fifth year in a row involved in the Business Factory Startup programme in Bergen for startups with international background arranged by Etablerersenteret, Vestland fylke.  The 14 nations represented in this year’s programme are Indonesia, Belgium, Brazil, Germany, Ghana,Guatemala, Italy, Malaysia, Mexico, Nigeria, Philippines, South Korea, UK and Yemen.  Lecturer in picture

eNEET Rural project

eNEET-Rural project during a pandemic

Inclusion is involved as an expertise Partner in the eNeet Rural project – a Norway EEA Grant funded project aimed at improving job and startup opportunities for young neets through online and offline training. Read how eNeet Rural training is taking place during pandemic: https://youthemploymentmag.net/2020/05/23/eneet-rural-project-during-a-pandemic/?fbclid=IwAR29W_PaMzUUed4_2wtFkkn27ieSuvCg1ydCIp5Br2hwCskH5otzMOtvXR0

eNEET Rural project Oslo meeting

Inclusion hosting eNEET Rural project Study meeting in Oslo in March

As an accompanied event to the 4th eNEET Rural Transnational project meeting, the Study visit was conducted in Oslo on the 6th of March 2020. Organized by the Inclusion As (project expertise partner), some stakeholders from Norway, one stakeholder from Bulgaria and project partner organisations had the opportunity to exchange experience on the topics such

Startup course Gjerdrum Oslo area

Last startup course of 2019

Inclusion has been involved in arranging startup courses for Norwegian and international startups 14 times in 2019. Last startup course this year took place at Gjerdrum, just east of Oslo the 3rd of December. Topics covered was choice of company forms, personal rights and reporting obligations, taxation, accounting and book keeping as well as how

eNeet Rural project meetings in Ljubljana, Slovenia

Inclusion attended a project partner meeting in Ljubljana, Slovenia 24 – 25 September as part of being Expertise Partner in eNeet Rural project – a Norway EEA Grant funded project aimed at improving job and startup opportunities for young neets.  https://eneet-project.eu #eeanorwaygrant #youthemployment#agriculture #startups #agrobusiness

Participating in the Business Factory Startup programme

Inclusion was lecturing at the Business Factory 2019 this week – a programme for international startups living in Bergen, operated by Etablerersenteret, Hordaland fylkeskommune (Hordaland County). The programme consists of five full day modules. covering thems like company formation (choice of corporate form and registration), business modelling, marketing management, selling, economics and networking. The Business

Eneet Rural web pages launched

The «eNEET Rural: Facilitating entrepreneurship and improving skills of neets living in rural areas» project where Inclusion is one of seven European partners, has launced the project´s official web pages: https://eneet-project.eu

Business Jessheim

Opening of coworking space Business Jessheim

Inclusion´s Paul Bø was speaking at last night´s opening of coworking space Business Jessheim, in Jessheim, just outside Oslo. Paul shared with the attendees his experience from being a part of other hubs in the Oslo area and how Inclusion had been involved in developing the coworking programme TechHub Asker and Bærum in 2017.  The

Inclusion AS is partner in the European job creation project «eNEET Rural»

Inclusion is involved in an European project called «eNEET Rural: Facilitating entrepreneurship and improving skills of neets living in rural areas Together with partner organisations from six other countries (Bulgaria, Slovenia, Romania, Hungary, Italy and Spain) Inclusion will in the period October 2018 – September 2021 be working to develop a set of toolkit including