Local and nationalFor the bank DNB, it is important to collaborate with Norway’s cultural community, sports and selected organisations. Bergen International Festival keeps the classical culture tradition alive while also having the courage to challenge conventions. As Norway’s biggest financial group, DNB wishes to play an active part in society, both at the local and national level.
A balancing act
At DNV GL (formerly Det Norske Veritas), we value safety, quality and integrity. We are now 16,000 people in 100 countries committed to one common goal: to have a global impact for a safe and sustainable future. Often, we take on the role of balancing the needs of business and society. We call it the balancing act. Our partnership with Festspillene, one of Norway’s finest and most international cultural institutions, underpins our commitment to society. Because culture and society go hand in hand.That is why we are proud to be a main sponsor of Festspillene in Bergen.
Culture - changing your everyday life
Culture provides inspiration and motivation, and is a source of energy. As a principal sponsor of the Bergen International Festival, we can give something worthwhile to society and convey our values through the global language of music. And, together with our partners, we can enjoy experiences that give us new energy.
Bergens Tidende shall contribute to a development of Bergen and the west coast of Norway based on optimism, creativity and tolerance. The newspaper has a long tradition of engaging its readers beyond the printed page.
The editorial leadership’s main objective is to produce a newspaper that gives all readers an unbiased and truthful picture of what’s going on locally, nationwide and internationally. We are proud of our award-winning journalism.
Bergens Tidende is strongly engaged in the development of Bergen as an internationally renowned city for cultural activities. We support the Bergen International Festival not only because this event is of great cultural importance to our community, but also to help make Bergen a more attractive city for cultural investment. Culture is not only entertainment, but an important factor to understand the society in which we live in. It is also an important ingredient in debates, which we strongly wish to contribute to.
Norway's largest business paper
Dagens Næringsliv is Norway’s largest business paper and one of the world’s most-read business papers in terms of total population. Each day 252,000 Norwegians read Dagens Næringsliv, making DN the country’s third-largest daily newspaper in terms of readership.
DN helps you understand more about what is happening in Norwegian finance and society – and why it is happening. Dagens Næringsliv supports Bergen International Festival.
The festival receives government grants from:Arts Council Norway, City of Bergen and Hordaland county.
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