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As Norway’s third largest urban region, Greater Stavanger consists of 15 municipalities with a common employment, housing and service market. In total, 322,000 people live, work and study in the 2,650 km2 of this region.

Affordable housing

The house prices in the region are comparable to other Norwegian city regions and well below Oslo..

Data highway network

A world class internet network with the highest  proportion of high-speed broadband connections in the country.

In addition, work is currently underway to cross the North Sea with high capacity fibre, putting the region in a great position for data centres.

Engineering engineering engineering!

The energy industry has made the region a magnet for highly educated people from across the world, particularly those with engineering qualifications.

Open and diverse region

Home to over 180 nationalities, the Stavanger region is as diverse as Amsterdam.

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The entrepeneurship capital of Norway

For the tenth consecutive year, the Confederation of Norwegian Enterprise declared the Greater Stavanger region as the best region in Norway for business development. The ranking is based on start-ups, profitability, growth and industry size.

Well connected!

The Stavanger region is very weel connected to the rest of the world with more than 30 direct routes. The hubs Copenhagen, London, Amsterdam and Oslo get you anywhere in the world!

Well connected!

The Stavanger region is very weel connected to the rest of the world with more than 30 direct routes. The hubs Copenhagen, London, Amsterdam and Oslo get you anywhere in the world!

Case Stories

DEA chose the Stavanger region for further growth

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MedTech collaboration in the innovating environment of Ipark

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Montaag chose their office location with their heart

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Why Shoreline chose the Greater Stavanger region

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