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Nor-Shipping Appoints Norvik

Sidsel Norvik  (Photo: Nor-Shipping)

Posted by Michelle Howard

Nor-Shipping has appointed Sidsel Norvik to the new role of Commercial Director.

Norvik joins following a stint as CEO of Energy Show Norway, two decades as Commercial Director for Upstream, and 10 years with Recharge, a news platform for renewable energy.

Norvik will now be charged with working on exhibition sales and spearheading Nor-Shipping's ground-breaking Blue Economy Hall, promoting the 'Blue Talks' and showcasing firms and ideas that accelerate innovation, competency and sustainable business opportunities.

Nor-Shipping 2021 takes place at the 22,500 sq. m Norges Varemesse exhibition space in Lillestrøm and at a variety of venues across nearby Oslo from June 1-4 2021.

Jan 14, 2020

 

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