PeterJ Senior Member Joined: 29 Jan 2013 Posts: 1 Location: Norway Expertise: I live coffee
Posted Tue Jan 29, 2013, 6:16am Subject: Espresso Machines in Norway and Coffeegeek
First I must say that I think this is a really good community. I have read many reviews on coffeemachines and opinions in here and there are tons of good articles in here.
I have a question for anyone who has a good answer. We have started a new website www.espresso-maskiner.no. Our target is the Norwegian Market. Prices and market availability in Norway is a little trickier than in the rest of the world. The prices of machines, coffee, espresso and about anything you buy in Norway is higher than in the most parts of the world due to taxes, high average income and geographical location. Due to these factors combined with the low amont of inhabitants in Norway (5 million people) lead to that the supply of both espresso machines and espresso is low.
We want to improve the situation and therefore we have started a website where our goals are to have a good range of products, with high quality for affordable pricing.
Does anyone have an idea if we can promote ourselves to reach Norwegian customers in any good way here at Coffeegeek?
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