Come take a stroll around Work-Work, Trondheim's gaming bar and coworking space for creative entrepreneurs in the latest episode of the Life in Norway Show.
As we race towards the end of season one of the Life in Norway Show, it's time to mix things up a little. Rather than the usual one-on-one interview, this episode sees yours truly take a walk around Work-Work, Trondheim's creative coworking space and gaming bar.
Amongst many other creative companies, Work-Work is the home of my company Words of Norway, which publishes this website and podcast among many other things. As we meet some of the other members, you'll hear the reasons why this fascinating place was set up, who exactly works here, and what life is like as a Norwegian entrepreneur.
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During the episode, we meet:
- Marius Thorvaldsen, co-founder and General Manager of Work-Work and about a billion other things.
- Hans-Andreas Kleven, CEO of Pineleaf Studio, the developers of the cooperative strategy game Dwarfheim.
- Ronny Anderssen, CEO of game development company Kybernesis
- Peter Bakkeid, CEO of new virtual reality company Vizflex
- Eric Holten Haugen, developer of Stikkmenn, the game for your inner 5-year-old.
- Cathrine Vik, owner of creative agency Leaf Designlab
- Pablo Gómez Margareto, developer of TRD Events and StandPlasser.no
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