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Six successful incubator companies developed by the Tanzania Renewable Energy Business Incubator (TAREBI) have now been celebrated with a solemn graduation ceremony. The ceremony was hosted by Norges Vel and IMED Foundation, and held at Kebby Hotel in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.
"As an ideal organization that works with sustainable business development, the environment is an important part of our operations and philosophy. We are proud to be a certified ECO-Lighthouse and that we meet the requirements to continue our certification for three more year’s", says Mats Olsen, who has led the certification work from the start. Here by Norges Vel’s new EV chargers.
12 Norwegian craft companies have joined forces to form a legal association: Artisans at Work Économusée Norway. “This is a historic day and a milestone for the craftsmen in the network. The association's vision is to promote cultural tourism by demonstrating genuine Norwegian crafts and design, Asbjørn Stavland in Norges Vel, states.
Norges Vel’s project managers are now all certified in the project management method PRINCE2 through the Holte Academy. Now we are starting the important work to customize our systems, routines and documents for the PRINCE2 method.
Today, March 8, 2018, our colleague Helene Lie is in Uganda helping to develop the country’s meat sector. Women's Day in Norges Vel is business as usual! In all our projects, we encourage women and men to participate in equal terms in the business.
Do you have a good business idea within bio-economics? At the European BioEconomy Venture Forum you can pitch your idea for potential investors. The investor forum will be held June 6-7 in Viborg, Denmark. Application deadline is April 5th.
When Per Dæhlen was looking for an ideal purpose for a larger sum of money, he had many opportunities. He selected Norges Vel’s work with sustainable business development to reduce poverty and increase food security in Africa.
The tourism industry has a great potential for increased value creation, especially in district Norway. To succeed, it is important to develop attractive destinations that provide a comprehensive experience for the tourists. Norges Vel has prepared a report that provides an overview of such offers along the Fjord Pilgrim Route that are not found in the public destination companies.
"We are very pleased that Norway has again appointed a Minister of International Development. Nikolai Astrup is early out saying he is going to focus on UN’s Sustainable Development Goals and the importance of business development in the fight against poverty, especially focusing on agriculture and renewable energy, "says Reinaart Pretorius, Director of International Development in Norges Vel.