Title : Entrepreneur
Company Name: Arts of Change
Location : Oslo,Norway
Specialty : Marketing Management; Project Management; Change Management, Entrepreneurship; Consulting; PR Management and InnovationBiography :
Elisabeth Margrethe Giertsen Halle serves as CEO for Arts of Change, a consulting organizations that serves the film, television, and creative community in the area of marketing and PR. In addition to her work with Arts of Change, Elisabeth serves as CEO of Locations in Norway, a location scouting company serving the Norway and global filming industry. Locations in Norway represents and supplies locations for use in film productions, photo shoots, television, music videos, advertising and sports events.
Elisabeth has been an entrepreneur for 25 years. She previously served as CEO and Founder for Restore Design, a company she founded in 1980 that focused exclusively on the restoration and design of cultural heritage, historic buildings, houses and apartments in Scandinavia within the building period from 1600 until 1930. Elisabeth has done lecturing for the film industry and enjoys encouraging up and coming women entrepreneurs to grow successful start up companies. She holds a global perspective, having spent her childhood in New York and then moving later on to Norway. While living in New York, Elisabeth was scouted by Eileen Ford of Ford Modeling Agency, the world’s most successful model agency of it’s time and worked for them for quite some time before moving on to Karen Model’s of Norway.
As a Consultant, Elisabeth’s skills are highly sought in the area of marketing and PR. She has worked for the international renown Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra and has served as Project Manager for several marketing and sponsorship projects. Responsible for B2B with over 60 clients in the sponsorship business portfolio, Elisabeth is instrumental in her knowledge of press contacts for television, radio and news papers. Elisabeth likes to view all projects with a helicopter perspective and tries to always look at the big picture.