Economic cooperation between Norway and Slovenia is modest, so there is a large potential for further enhancement of cooperation and intertwining of economies, the promotion of Slovenian exports, attracting investors to Slovenia and a further increase of the tourist flows to Slovenia.
We do not have information about all business cooperation between Slovenia and Norway. The best known Slovenian companies here are Gorenje (white goods/home appliances), Alpina (ski boots and equipment), Elan (skis), Adria (caravans)
For Slovenian companies seeking business partners in Norway:
You could contact the Honorary Consul whose task it is to assist Slovenian businesses.
Further, you could use the Enterprise Europe Network.The Enterprise Europe Network is the world's largest support network for small and medium sized businesses with international ambitions. It has experts and 600 member organisations in more than 60 countries, including Norway. Member organizations include chambers of commerce and industry, technology centres, and research institutes. The Network helps SMEs grow internationally and provides international business expertise with local knowledge about partnerships etc. Slovenian companies should contact one of the local offices. Their Partnering Database might have information of possible Norwegian partner search for Slovenian companies.
Local Chambers of Commerce can also be useful.
For Norwegian companies seeking business partners in Slovenia:
The Slovenian Embassy in Copenhagen can be contacted. On their home page you will find links to “Business cooperation”, “Investment opportunities” and “Chambers of Commerce” and other useful information. For direct contact, counselor Tina Lampelj at the Slovenian Embassy in Copenhagen can be contacted in cultural and economic matters at sloembassy.copenhagen (at) gov.si.
Further, Innovasjon Norge could be contacted. One of their foreign offices might be able to give assistance.
Also the Enterprise Europe Network can be useful in finding Slovenian customers/partners.