Written by John Einar Sandvand
Communications Manager - product & tech
Published May 10, 2016

June 8th: Get inspired at the Norwegian IT Night Tricity!

11 Norwegian companies – all competing for your attention. The Norwegian IT Night Tricity is a great opportunity for software engineers who are attracted by the Scandinavian work style.

Get it into your calendar right away!

What is Norwegian IT Night Tricity?

RegisterNowButtonIn short: The Norwegian IT Night Tricity is a fun evening for software engineers who would love to work for a Norwegian company in Tricity.

11 Norwegian software companies with offices in the Tricity area are organizing the evening together. All are competing to recruit the best software engineers. At the Norwegian IT Night Tricity, you can meet all of them at once.


The program

The event is organized in the very nice Sheraton Sopot Hotel next to the beach in Sopot.


Pellegrino Riccardi

The keynote speaker is the very entertaining Italian culture expert Pellegrino Riccardi, who will make you both laugh and be inspired as he talks about “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly about the Norwegian work style”.

Riccardi has lived for 18 years in Norway and is a widely used keynote speaker on events like this.

There will also be 11 technical mini-presentation of 5 minutes each. Get ready for doses of inspiration as software engineers give you glimpses of the exciting projects and challenges they work on.  See a list of the presentations and read more here. 

And of course: There is social mingling, drinks and snacks – and ample opportunities to meet all the 11 Norwegian software companies.

The companies behind

The following 11 companies are organizing “Norwegian IT Night Tricity” together:

Don´t wait! Register now!

Seats for the event are running out fast. Already almost 150 people have registered. So you better be quick if you want to attend!

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Written by John Einar Sandvand
Communications Manager - product & tech
Published May 10, 2016