Norwegian-Estonian Chamber of Commerce


“Company of the year”

Norwegian Business Awards (NBA) is brought to life by the Norwegian-Estonian Chamber of Commerce to bring out and acknowledge the Estonian companies that have improved and succeeded in innovating or growing their business, especially in cooperation with Norway.

„Company of the year“recognizes an Estonian business that, through innovation and sustainability, stands out with its development process, which gives positive economic, social, and environmental outcomes. This company has implemented an environmentally friendly method (ESG, SDG, or other) by showing flexibility and the possibility to adapt in the quickly changing world while/or creating a product, service, manufacturing process, working practice, distribution logic, or other, and stands out due to the sustainability principles. Companies that have successfully implemented projects which improved their competitiveness during the last three years are welcome to apply.

This competition is strictly among the members of the Norwegian-Estonian Chamber of Commerce. If you’re not a member yet, you may apply for your membership via our website. 


Download application, fill in and send it to

  • Time to fill in the applications: 19.01.2023
  • Evaluation by the jury
  • Announcement of finalists
  • Award ceremony: 26.01.2023 at Radisson Olümpia from 18:00-22:00


  1. Brief description of your business & innovation/ green revolution initiatives

  2. Shortly describe the development project and what triggered your thinking

  3. Tell us about the key steps in your development process

  4. Specify the positive economic, social and environmental outcomes

  5. Has your organization achieved any other Awards or recognition in innovation or green revolution?

  6. Financial information

  7. Additional comments


Virve Jõgeva

CEO at Glamox AS / Last year’s winner of NBA “Excellence in Growth” category

Andres Veske

Representative of Greentiger organization/manages the work of the private sector

Christer Haglund

Director of the Nordic Council of Ministers’ Estonian office