Five new members from various professions joined the Norwegian-Bosnian Chamber of Commerce as members. Phonero AS, SDM Bygg og Eiendom AS, DEA Advokater, Comet Sport Lillestrøm, and Bil Spesialisten Sandnes AS are among the companies involved.
In Norway, Phonero is the preferred option for businesses and the public sector, and it offers its customers top-notch services. The Telia subsidiary Phonero was named the customer’s choice in 2018 as well as in 2019, 2021, and 2022. In Norway’s mobile market, Phonero has the most happy business customers (EPSI 2022). Businesses and the public sector in Norway can use mobile telephony with Phonero since it is easy and reasonably priced. It provides outstanding services, various subscription options, and the industry’s best cost management.
The Norwegian-Bosnian Chamber of Commerce, which aims to improve collaboration between its members, Norway and Bosnia and Herzegovina, has welcomed new members. Any businesses from Norway and Bosnia and Herzegovina that are interested in conducting business between these two nations are welcome to join the chamber in order to foster economic collaboration and success. In order to increase interstate commercial interactions, the Norwegian-Bosnian Chamber of Commerce is accepting new business members from BiH and Norway.
The largest provider of Romerike sporting goods for clubs, associations, and businesses, Comet Sport Lillestrøm, joined NBK alongside Phonero.
Construction company SDM Bygg og Eiendom who specializes in remodeling structures has also joined NBHK. The business specializes in bathroom renovations as well.
Also, a highly qualified company with specialized experience in the repair of electronics and automotive equipment, Bil Spesialisten Sandnes, has been added as a member in the Norwegian-Bosnian Chamber of Commerce.
DEA Advokater is a company that engages in legal activity and the second member of the chamber in this area.
Through its activities, the Norwegian-Bosnian Chamber of Commerce is able to offer its members a wide range of practical services, insightful recommendations, and valuable contacts, through which, most importantly, BiH businesses can establish business ties with Norwegian businesses and thereby boost exports and enhance our nation’s commercial image.
Further details on the Norwegian-Bosnian Chamber of Commerce may be found at https://norsk-bhk.no/ as well as on the chamber’s social media pages on Linkedin, Facebook, and Twitter.