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Thu, Jun 16


NIO House, Oslo Sentrum

NCCC Members´ AGM - Chinese Style Innovation

Welcome to NCCC Members´ Annual General Meeting, Thursday, 16.June 2022, 15:00 - 18:00 at NIO House, Karl Johans gate 33, Oslo Sentrum

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NCCC Members´ AGM - Chinese Style Innovation
NCCC Members´ AGM - Chinese Style Innovation

Time & Location

Jun 16, 2022, 3:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. GMT+2

NIO House, Oslo Sentrum, Karl Johans gate 33, 0162 Oslo, Norway


About the event

NCCC Members´ Annual General Meeting

- hosted by NIO House

Date:               Thursday, 16.June 2022

Time:              15:00 - 18:00 (CET)

Venue:            c/o NIO House

Address:        Karl Johans gate 33, 0162 Oslo

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For many in the Western world, China – “the world’s factory” – has for decades been viewed as a nation of copycats. This is drastically changing. Today, China is a global leader in several core technologies of our time. At the same time, China’s innovative power is seen as a threat by many in the US and Europe. Henning Kristoffersen will look into “innovation with Chinese characteristics”, as well as global implications of Chinese innovation.

Henning Kristoffersen, Special Advisor at Position Green, focusing on supply chain advisory to Norwegian companies exposed to Asian markets. Henning is a frequent media commentator on Chinese business and trade. He is also doing an Industrial PhD at the University of Oslo on entrepreneurship in China.

Chinese Style Herring: Norwegian-Chinese innovation

With the aim of increasing Norwegian export of fish products to Chinese and Asian markets, an ongoing project is testing out how Herring can be used in Chinese cuisine. As part of the pilot phase, Chinese chefs in Norway have experimented with Herring in newly created Chinese dishes. Arne Hjeltnes will present the project and how he sees innovation as being crucial for Norwegian exporters.

Arne Hjeltnes is a television personality and a writer, in addition to having promoted salmon for the Norwegian Seafood Council in South East Asia, based in Hong Kong. He has also been Director of Tourism for Norway in The Americas, and is currently hosting a tv-series about Norway for PBS in the US and Asian channels.

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