About Digital Norway
Digital Norway is a non-profit organisation established in 2017 by a group of the largest companies in Norway, with public support.
Our goal is to increase the knowledge and use of digital technology amongst Norwegian companies, with a special emphasis on Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs).
We do this by providing courses and training, meeting places, and by taking part in the national debate speaking on behalf of SMEs and their needs.
We also fuel large collaborative projects in data sharing that further accelerate the digitalisation of the Norwegian business community.
Our owners and strategic members
Our international cooperations
Digital Norway is one of five fully operational Digital Innovation Hubs (DIHs) in Norway.
We have been involved in three different EU projects, where two of the projects are ongoing. Our far-reaching network provides great opportunities for SMEs, and allows us stay on top of the latest trends and developments within digital innovation.
Our ongoing EU Projects
Since 2019 Digital Norway has been a part of three different EU projects, two Horizon 2020 (TRINITY & DIGI-B-CUBE) projects and one Interreg project (INNOCAPE). A large part of our operation is to raise awareness through relevant news, events and opportunities, support directly or indirectly with piloting, testing and experimenting with digital innovations, in addition to provide business and financing support to implement innovations.
If you are a Norwegian SME working within a relevant field for the projects below, we urge you to get in touch. We are also open for collaborating with international clusters, other Digital Innovation Hubs, academic and research institutions, as well as large companies and other organisations involved in EU projects.
Previous EU Projects
DIGI-B-CUBE is a project funded under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 programme and aims to unlock the cross-sectorial collaborative potential of SMEs by combining novel Digital Technologies with Bioimaging-Biosensing-Biobanking industries.
InnoCAPE aims to establish a cooperation model for sustainable evolution of a digital innovation ecosystem for the Baltic Sea Region (BSR) – through increased capacity of public enablers, such as public authorities and digital innovation hubs (DIHs).