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Viken Space in Asker

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About Asker

A part of the Greater Oslo Region as it has grown and sprawled out, the rural but affluent city of Asker is now basically a suburb of Oslo. This is where the VIP and the affluent people hang out with numerous celebrities listed on its roll-call. It's home to Norwegian Hockey champions "Frisk Tigers" and has the largest sports club in the whole of Norway. Established as a city in 1838, it ranks as the 2nd wealthiest municipality in Norway based on median household income. A swish urban domain that has everything you could possibly need to live a blissful lifestyle now has coworking venues perched in its plush streets where you don't always have to wear your Gucci or Burberry rags.

Norway has one of the fastest growing tech scenes amongst the Nordic countries due to its startup ecosystem that is accelerating the pace. Once lagging behind its neighbors, now there are strong indications that the country is setting new benchmarks in terms of number of investments. The government is supporting the tech scene with programs to facilitate entrepreneurship such as "Innovation Norway" and the country is gaining a reputation for being a great place to launch a startup. Passionate entrepreneurs are leading its dynamic community with many startups focused on solving real-world problems. Norway has transparent laws and regulations and is centrally located between North America and Asia making it the perfect place for startups that wish to take on the global market.

Norway has a rich tradition of global trading and its effective trade agreements have led it to become one of the world's wealthiest countries. Entrepreneurs are being drawn to its shores for its unique standard of living and solid macro-economic conditions. Said to be one of the happiest places on the planet, it's little wonder that coworking venues are being swamped with innovative minds.