Due to COVID-19 regulations, capacity is strictly limited and we need a detailed participant list. This event is free of charge, but you have to sign up. Remember to register telephone number when signing up, and if you have a company email please use this to register. This is order for us to quickly be able to communicate with company in case of reported infection at any of our meetings.
We´re all interested in preventing the spread of the virus, whilst at the same time reliant on society to function with a sense of normalcy. We strive for our meeting venues to be as safe as possible, meaning everyone has to follow guidelines from the Norwegian Institute of Public Health, in addition to our own measures. Our routines are made in accordance with advice from the local health authority and the Infection Disease Service.
SICK: if you feel even slightly unwell do not attend any meetings
TRAVEL: if you´ve been travelling abroad, or travelling to areas with a higher infection rate, wait 10 days before attending any of our events
TRANSPORT: follow advice from the Norwegian Institute of Public Health and take extra care when you know you will be meeting a group of people
DISTANCE: Keep safe distance from other participants in meeting rooms and common areas. Our meetings will have limited space, and will run with 1/3 of normal capacity
HYGIENE: wash hands often. Sneeze into your elbow or into a tissue. Good hand hygiene and cough etiquette are so important.
TELEPHONE NUMBER: It is mandatory to register your phone number when signing up for an event in order for us to quickly be able to contact people should the need arise.
REGISTRATION ON THE DAY: The day before you are attending an event you will be sent a QR code to prove your participation. We will scan the code on arrival, so remember to bring your mobile.
The Stavanger Chamber of Commerce is Norway's largest chamber and business organisation. Since its establishment in 1836, the organisation has worked for its member companies, ensuring that the region has the attributes needed to make it a preferred region to live and work.