July 7, 2017

Forenom becomes Norway’s biggest

Forenom believes that Oslo "needs a strong and professional provider of corporate housing solutions".
Forenom believes that Oslo "needs a strong and professional provider of corporate housing solutions".
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Finnish business accommodation service Forenom has acquired Norwegian Oslo Apartments, which makes it the market leader in Norway.

Forenom has operated in Norway for three years, and by the end of this year, it will be able to offer over 500 alternatives for medium-term accommodation in the country. Next year, Forenom is set to open a new apartment hotel in central Oslo.

“We have seen our corporate customers’ demand for medium-term apartment accommodation skyrocket in Norway,” says CEO Johannes Kangas. “Oslo is a business region with enormous potential. Now we are finally ready to respond our customers’ demand with the most diverse and extensive accommodation offering in Norway.”

Kangas also believes that the range of accommodation helps attract international companies to Norway.

“The acquisition helps build Oslo’s international business community and attractiveness as a global business destination.”

Forenom’s growth is helping Finnish restaurant EGG, too, with the two companies partnering up. Read more about the collaboration here.

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