Business: is right for me?
To be honest with you, it depends. Starting a business requires systemic thinking, and not all people have that competence. In any case, you may try and see what areas of the business you can easily deliver, and delegate those other complex parts that require specific knowledge and skills. You may not have too much time to design a website for example or to do the accounting tasks by the other hand. Delegate and outsourcing are the key here, and focus on rising that idea and making it a profitable way to work in Norway.
Small Business in Norway
Outline all the pros and cons of your idea, product or service and immerse yourself in the knowledge about how to start a business in Norway.
Whether it is a traditional business or an online business, you must have a company registration number in Norway.
Doing Business in Norway
Now you can decide what type of company to register. Sole proprietorship or Limited Liability Company, in Norway: Enkeltpersonforetak and AS, respectively.
Whether those are almost standard concepts, there are small local differences, most of them due to the Norwegian welfare system. Keep reading and check the particularities of doing business in Norway.