The cover story features Allan Martinson, former COO of Starship Technologies, who talks about a powerful new generation of local startups, the idea of every Estonian newborn being given a private company, and the future of work.
Estonian promising startup Veriff is on a mission to win the trust of the internet with their online identity verification system. In the process – they have managed to with the trust of the world famous actor Ashton Kutcher, who invested in the company.
Autumn is a good time to talk about education. World-famous entrepreneur and founder of Mindvalley University Vishen Lakhiani is set to change the global education system starting from Estonia. Read about his thoughts on transformational education, entrepreneurship and success.
Education is also on the mind of entrepreneur-turned-VC Taizo Son. Having invested in a number of Estonian startups, Taizo Son is currently working on a kid’s creativity and learning environment VIVITA. He believes that Estonia, being one of the world most digitally advanced countries, is an ideal location to set up another physical space of VIVITA.
You can also read about Estonian high-tech wonders. For example, did you know that an Estonian-made device is monitoring the life of astronauts in the International Space Station? The ground-breaking device MyotonPRO helps to understand muscle physiology by measuring muscle tissues in space.
Read the newest issue of Life in Estonia Magazine.