We want to develop the Norwegian market for our businesses. Who can help?


The question is regionally specific.


Dear Mike

I believe you are well familiar with UK Trade and Investment (UKTI), and the office we have in Oslo. With professional advisers both within the UK and across more than 100 international markets, UK Trade & Investment is the Government Department that helps UK-based companies succeed in the global economy and assists overseas companies to bring their high-quality investment to the UK.

Our contact details for any general enquires in Norway is
or our enquiry phone lin: +47 23 13 27 60

For more information on UKTI’s global presence and all or services, see www.ukti.gov.uk

Cristian Strømmen
UKTI Director Norway


Your exports may be on LC terms or any other payment term such as advance payment or installment basis with regular buyers.

As you have to add financial costs to your final unit price, it would be advantages for you to bring down the financial expenses on export proceed transfers from Norway to UK, which will assist competitive pricing while enhancing your bottom line.

We, Thomas Exchange Global Ltd. assist exporters and importers to transfer funds internationally at a fraction of the high street bank charges while offering most favorable exchange rates as you can observe in many comparison sites.

If you need any assistance in this regard kindly give us a call on 020 7240 1214 or e mail me rasika@tegforex.co.uk for immediate assistance from a dedicated Foreign exchange manager.

Wishing You Best of Luck,



You do not need to only go to UKTI you can use the private sector. There are many individuals and companies out there that offer a full service to support your business. If you want UKTI accredited organisation, so you know you are getting quality, then take a look on the UKTI website for the UKANs. They are in the B2B, business to business links from home page. I know they are not easy to find, but UKTI are addressing this I have been told. In there you can look up and choose and then interview a number of organisations….

Hope this helps.

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