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Skagenfondene
SKAGEN AS was founded in 1993. The company manages mutual funds and has both equity and money market funds. SKAGEN’s founders, Tor Dagfinn Veen, Kristoffer Stensrud and Åge Westbø had between them extensive experience from the finance world and believed things could be done differently, simpler and better. For more information on Skagen, visit their homepage.

PwC
PwC focuses on audit and assurance, tax and advisory services. PwC provides industry-oriented services in audit, consulting, tax and duty to both public and privately owned businesses. Everyday, more than 163.000 people in 154 countries to work to help PwC’s clients succeed. In Norway, PwC are more than 1.500 employees represented by 37 offices. PwC’s clients range from some of the world’s most complex organizations to small and medium sized local businesses. For more information about Pwc, vist their homepage

Pilar Stillas
Pilar Stillas is one of the largest scaffolding contractors in the region. Bergen Stillasutleie AS has now expanded to Stavanger, and conducting at the same time a comprehensive rebranding of the company, topped with a new brand name, Pilar. Although the name is new, they take with the best of the past. The expertise and the soul is the same, but with new name and logo, they will take with them the company’s heavy experience into a new era. For more information about Pilar Stillas, visit their homepage 

The City of Bergen
The City of Bergen is one of Norway’s leading cultural municipalities. The city council supports a breadth of cultural institutions, organisations and artists, and is in it self an important producer. Bergen was a successful European Capitol of Culture in 2000 and is currently internationally visible in dance and contemporary theatre, club music and heritage.  One current policy focus is young people’s culture as a field of competence where young people are the experts – graffiti and urban art projects are a part of this. For more information about the City of Bergen, visit their homepage.

Art Council Norway
Arts Council Norway is the main governmental operator for the implementation of Norwegian cultural policy. Arts Council Norway was established in 1965 in order to administer the Norwegian Cultural Fund. Today, Arts Council Norway is in charge of a broad spectrum of administrative tasks and functions within the cultural field, including artists’ grants, the Audio and Visual Fund and a number of other funding schemes. he Arts Council is fully financed by the Norwegian Ministry of Culture. Read more about Art Council Norway at their website

Grand Hotel Terminus
Classical, elegant architecture characterises both the hotel’s interior and the exterior. The hotel has won awards for its excellent design, and in 1995 it became the first city hotel in the country to be proposed as a listed building. It has very central location with just a five minutes’ walk to Torgalmenningen Square. New owners has since 2006 been carefully renovating the hotel. We welcome you to a good hotel exprience in one of Norway’s most beautiful cities. For more information about Grand Terminus, visit their homepage 

Cramo
Cramo rents machinery, equipment and modular space. You can fond their customers among construction and industrial industry, offshore and different companies within the private sector. The activities include both short-term rental of equipment, multi-annual full service agreements and outsourcing solutions.  For more information about Cramo, visit their homepage here

Sixt car rental
“The spirit of mobility” – the motto of Sixt – is already widely used for more than100 countries worldwide. Customers have access to more than 175,000 cars at approx. 4000 service stations collectively Sixt’s trademark. In Bergen, Sixt can be found at Minde, Åsane and Bergen Airport. For more information about Sixt, visit their homepage 

Thanks to: OBOS, Stadsporten, Fana Sparebank and Optimum.