Gyro Conference

Part of Gyro Group who provides various services within event and conference production, media, travel and sales development. Gyro Conference organise happenings at a national and international level and is an approved member of International Association of Professional Congress Organisers (IAPCO). Conferences they produce include commercial events, sports events, industry specific events and more. Maintaining a green profile they actively work to reduce the impact of their events. At the Gyro Conference website the key focus areas are outlined. This involve choosing destinations that allow audience and participants to take advantage of public transport and also where possible, book venues within walking distance to amenities and lodging. Gyro book hotels and venues with sustainability credentials and practice. Furthermore they choose suppliers who also maintain a green profile. Event material is reused when possible and any excess material may be donated to other, local, institutions. Communications and marketing is preferred to happen online in order to reduce paper-waste. Internally the company make efforts to reuse, reduce, recycle. Waste is managed and sorted and measures are made in order to reduce the amount of office and production materials as well as paper, printing and copying. All traveling related to the company is booked by train whenever possible. More about their internal environmental status can be read on the website. Contact Lillehammer branch E-mail: conference@gyro.no Address: Storgt. 86, Postboks 14, 2601 Lillehammer Telephone:  (+47) 61 28 73 20 Oslo Branch E-mail: conference@gyro.no Address: Pontoppidansgate 7, Postboks 3403, Bjølsen 0406 Oslo Telephone: (+47) 22 92 62 00 Source: Gyro Conference...

Ren Reklame og Ren Events

  Ren Reklame ("Clean Advertisement") Organisation located in Oslo who uses the outdoor space for creative advertisement. They take advantage of dirty and cluttered spaces and 'clean their message into the dirt', as well as using organic and found material and natural elements such as snow to produce the desired advertisement. Ren Reklame developed another branch called Ren Event which produces green events from start to finish, with a goal to leave no footprint behind. Supporting a Norwegian charity Utviklingsfondet they donate 1 NOK per litre of water that is consumed and used in commercial projects. As explained on their website they use an average of five to ten litres of water in one cleaning and creating one advertisement (Ren Reklame Website) Clients include Grøntpunkt, Cultura Bank, Fairtrade, Øya Festivalen, The Environmental Party, Slottsfjell festival, Oslo Marathon, Beer and Food Festival and more. See the full list on their website.     Contact E-mail: hei@renreklame.no. Address: Ren Reklame, Osterhausgate 27, 0183 Oslo Telephone: (+47) 46 66 86 46   source: Ren Reklame...

Brak

Brak is a music-oriented organisation local to Bergen but works on topics relevant to the music industry on a national level such as funding, policies, raising awareness through media channels, make public authorities aware of the industry and facilitate industry collaboration. Targeted towards artists, event organisers and others involved in the music industry Brak operates as an industry association as well as they offer training  and courses suitable for their audience, for instance within events management. Source:...

Festivalmagasinet

Festivalmagasinet is in comparison to Festivalguiden.no another online resource to the Norwegian festival industry as well as giving information about some of the largest international festivals. The website also provides information about artists, tips and advice to their readers. Source: Festivalmagasinet...

Festivalguiden.no

An online source which aims to be the number one guide to the Norwegian Festival Industry for audience and the industry itself. They provide lists of the various events, dates, information for attendees and supplier lists. source:...

Kulturdepartementet (Ministry of Culture)

The Ministry of Culture is a political organ and part of the Norwegian Government. They govern political and economic questions in culture, media, sports, gambling and lottery, faith and religion as well as voluntary work and sector. Financial funding from the Parliament is awarded and distributed by The Ministry of Culture to various organisations and individuals of the above categories to support and maintain a rich cultural-life in Norway.   source:...