A trip to Norway is “the best time to go”, according to an expert who has taken on the challenge to get a head start on the job.
The Danish-born Norwegian entrepreneur is the founder of a Norwegian tourism company called Skysurvand, which launched last year in Denmark with the goal of bringing back the classic Norwegian holiday, the Norwegian Summer.
Its website features photos of boats and sea life, and guides to find the best spots for viewing the stunning sights of the Arctic.
The company has been hugely successful and now has about 1,000 staff, and hopes to expand its services to Norway by 2020.
The idea of visiting Norway is not new, but Skysarvand has been trying to find its niche since it was launched in 2007.
The group started off in Copenhagen, Denmark and expanded to Oslo and now the company has over 2,000 people worldwide.
Its aim is to “bring back the tradition of Norwegian summer,” said Anders Eriksson, founder and chief executive officer of Skysarsurvandsurvandi, which is based in Oslo.
Skysarverkvand says its aim is not to replace the traditional Norwegian summer, but rather to make it more enjoyable.
It also has a new logo to give it a fresh new look.
Erikson said the company will unveil the new logo next week.
The Norwegian Summer is a popular holiday in Scandinavia and it is widely celebrated.
Many people come for the summer and its attractions including nature and sea, and for its scenic beauty.
Its popular among young people who enjoy a summer break and get to experience some of the country’s traditional sights such as the Almen, the largest sea ice in Europe, and the Jutland Islands.
Eriksson said the summer also helps the economy in the Nordic countries because people spend money on food, accommodation and other things.
He hopes that SkysersurvAND will help Norway become a destination for tourists.
Skyscrapers are visible in front of the Jämtland Town Hall in Skyssarvandsarvandi’s headquarters in Oslo, Norway September 12, 2018.
A spokeswoman for Skyssurvand said the project was not related to the company’s name.