Established in 2007, Norwegian Estonian Chamber of Commerce (NECC, in Norwegian: Norsk-Estisk Handelskammer, in Estonian: Norra-Eesti Kaubanduskoda) is a non-profit membership based business association for companies with Norwegian-Estonian share capital, management or co-operation.
We facilitate professional networking, seminars of interests, provide relevant information regarding both Estonia and Norway and promote Norwegian companies, competence and business values.
Some of NECCs activities are carried out in cooperation with the Norwegian Embassy.
NECC is the founding member of Foreign Investors’ Council in Estonia (FICE) www.fice.ee and one of the largest charities in Estonia – Aitan Lapsi which is supporting children’s visits to theatre and sports events, participation in the education programme of art museums and reading programmes www.aitanlapsi.ee
NECC is the first chamber in Estonia certified by CSR Estonia (Responsible Business Forum in Estonia).
MISSION, VISION, VALUES
Serve as a business network for cooperation between Norwegian and Estonian companies in Estonia. Promote Norwegian companies, cooperation, competence and business values. Inform the politicians and legislators about the needs of our members. Cooperate with relevant organizations and stakeholders.
The best Norwegian Chamber abroad.
Sustainability: We promote sustainability, transparency and long-term perspective and work to improve the local business environment.
Sharing knowledge: We believe in building an inclusive and informal business community where members can meet and exchange experiences.
Sandra Saar (General Manager)
Phone: +372 5332 3296
Joar Terjesen (Chairman)
Partner, Trident Solutions AS
Argo Saul (Vice Chairman)
CEO at Nordic Houses KT OÜ
Virve Jõgeva (Member)
CEO at AS Glamox
Martin Pedersen (Member)
Paal Aschjem (Member)
Real estate developer and investor
Jaanus Stern (Member)
Attorney, LEADELL Pilv AS
Greeting from the Norwegian Ambassador to Estonia,
H.E. Ms. Else Berit Eikeland
Estonia and Norway are closely linked. From the first Viking ships sailed along the coast of Estonia, trade and economic cooperation have been part of our relationship. Norway is an important source of foreign investments in Estonia, and Norway an important export marked for Estonia. Norwegian companies are involved in a broad range of business activities in Estonia, and the potential for new partnerships is great, in particular, related to ICT, innovation and green growth.
NECC is a key meeting place for Norwegian-Estonian business interests. One of the main tasks of the Norwegian Embassy is to promote trade and commercial relationships between Norway and Estonia and we cooperate with NECC in some activities.
I recommend companies with an interest in trade and economic relations between Norway and Estonia to join NECC and take part in their activities.
Royal Norwegian Embassy
Harju 6 (IV floor)
The embassy is open:
From Monday till Friday 09:00-16:00
Closed for lunch 12:30-13:00
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NECC is a member of
FICE – Foreign Investors Council in Estonia is a lobby group acting on behalf of the Austrian, Danish, Finnish, German-Baltic, Holland, Norwegian, Swedish and French Chambers of Commerce, Business Clubs and Marketing Offices in Estonia. Together, the eight countries represented in FICE account for almost 80% of the total foreign direct investments in Estonia. NECC Board Member Helena Almqvist is serving on the FICE as Chairman of the Board.
NECC cooperates with
Enterprise Estonia is the Estonian Governments Investment and Development Agency. Their role is to facilitate foreign investment and increase the competitiveness of Estonian entrepreneurs in both domestic and foreign markets. Enterprise Estonia provides appropriate business services. The Norwegian office is located close to Estonian Embassy in Oslo in International HUB.
Children Charity Foundation
Children Charity Foundation Aitan Lapsi was founded in 2009 by the Norwegian-Estonian Chamber of Commerce in cooperation with the Royal Embassy of Norway in Estonia. Aitan Lapsi is one of the largest charity foundations in Estonia, and at the same time the easiest possibility to do good. All of the donated money goes towards offering experiences related to theatre, arts, music and literature to children living in Estonia.
Mobile: +372 5332 3296
Registration and bank details
Norwegian-Estonian Chamber of Commerce
Harju 6, 15054 Tallinn
Reg No. 80261000
Bank account: EE681010220075335017
Bank: AS SEB Pank