Oslo’s advantages as a compact region have been amplified by its success at physical transformation through densified locations, city-shaping cultural projects and a newly opened up waterfront. These have driven greater international recognition, and greater variety to its visitor economy and its appeal to talent.

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Oslo: State of the City 2022
The comprehensive outside-in review of Oslo is based on 330 global benchmarks and indexes. It analyses how Oslo is progressing in business, city development, livability and regions opportunities.  
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The Oslo Outlook Report
Get a brief and fresh overview of the socio-economic state of Oslo. The report will be updated every quarter on our website.
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Green Business Hub
Oslo was awarded the title of European Green Capital 2019 for the world’s most ambitious restrictions on cars in its city center, Oslo Climate Budget and for its trajectory towards becoming the first major city for innovation and startups.
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Oslo's International Profiling strategy
This document is an invitation for you - a key Oslo leader or citizen - to join the collective effort to get the international attention and recognition get the Oslo Region deserves.
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Report about the impact of Covid-19 on Norwegian private equity
On behalf of the Norwegian Venture Capital & Private Equity Association (NVCA) and Oslo Business Region, Menon Economics has conducted a study of how Covid-19 and its consequences for the national and global market situation have influenced Norwegian private venture capital.