Forbes reported that while he signed over most ownership, he intends to retain control until his death. Tap the icon to send it instantly. All three are involved in his businesses. Petter and Gunhild Stordalen at an environmental conference at the University of Oxford in July At age 12, he was selling strawberries in his local Norwegian market. Learn more. It is now the biggest chain in Scandinavia, earning Stordalen the nickname the "King of Hotels. The apartment is in Oslo. Add this Tweet to your website by copying the code below. Now, Stordalen's Nordic Choice Hotels chain consists of nearly hotels across Scandinavia and employs over 17, people.
Petter Anker Stordalen (born 29 November ) is a Norwegian billionaire businessman, hotel and property developer and self-proclaimed environmentalist. Follow Emilie Anker Stordalen (@emiliestordalen) to never miss photos and videos they post. I fjor ble det kjent at hotellkongen Petter Stordalen (56) hadde overført formuen og aksjene i Strawberry Holding til sine tre barn, Emilie (27).
Yet, even though it has a rooted history in Oslo, it has taken three years to be renovated and re-purposed, expanding its Oslo legacy through a new artistic, sustainable vision.
Such shops allow The Hub to further communicate brand promise through immersive though somewhat impermanent, shopping experiences. Petter Stordalen was born in Porsgrunn, Norway and got his start helping his grocer father sell strawberries at the local market at age Close Copy link to Tweet.
Expanding The Legacy Emilie Stordalen and the ReOpening Of Clarion Hotel The Hub, Oslo
Today, the hotel is the largest in Norway. Stordalen has three children in their 20s.
Petter A. Stordalen is the son of a merchant. Emilie Anker Stordalen (born ) is a recent graduate from Cornell University in New York, where she holds a. The Stordalen Foundation, initiated by the couple Gunhild and Petter A. Stordalen, supports work aimed at solving health, environmental and climate challenges.
Include media. This crisis demands for urgent actions across sectors and radical transformation to food systems. His almost theatrical sense of adventure is what made him not just a billionaire, but a beloved celebrity, according to Scandinavian Traveler.
At another hotel opening inStordalen arrived by jet ski in a custom-made, pound Balmain jacket. Newspaper VG reported several years ago that the couple had a pre-nuptial agreement that would give Gunhild Stordalen more than NOK million in cash in the event of a divorce.
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