to the experience and discover a country with its head in the cloud(s) and its feet planted firmly in the rich soil of unspoiled Nordic nature.
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World-class human capital, unique digital capabilities and a competitive business environment make Estonia a smart, agile investment location for businesses with global ambitions, while innovative technologies, skilled professionals and Nordic business ethics make Estonia a smart choice for trade.
We will show you some of the leading Estonian companies, open for business and investments.
Named ‘the most advanced digital society in the world’ by Wired, Estonia has built an efficient, secure and transparent ecosystem where 99% of governmental services are online. It is no surprise then that Estonians have designed numerous digital solutions to help tackle the COVID-19 pandemic crisis.
We will not just talk about going digital but you’ll get to peak at the future of e-Estonia guided by the CIO of Estonia Siim Sikkut. Proactive services, AI in the public sector, cyber security battles and government stack opened up for international start-ups are a few topics we’ll share the light on.
Estonia is the first country to offer e-Residency, a government-issued digital identity and status that provides access to Estonia’s transparent business environment. E-resident entrepreneurs from all over the world can start an EU-based company and manage business from anywhere, entirely online.
Estonia consistently ranks as a world leader in human capital, digital capability, and ease of doing business. This creates a competitive environment which allows solutions and services to be researched, developed and delivered globally.
We will show you how e-Residency works and how businesses across the globe can benefit from it.
Estonians love their forests, bogs and all the creatures that live there such as lynxes, brown bears, wolves, foxes, rabbits and deers. It’s right to say that Estonians come with a tree hugging trait.
Estonian bogs have gone through a large-scale transformation from being seen as a horrific place to becoming one of the most loved landscapes. Bogs are the top-of-the-list attraction for every tourist willing to discover the Estonian countryside and wildlife.
Life moves at an even slower pace on the islands where Estonia’s traditional lifestyle still stands strong. Estonian islands are known for their rural charm and here you can explore how Estonians used to live before the modern age. The nature on the islands is mostly untouched, at times hiding traces of the past past medieval heyday and battles.
We will show you how calm Estonia’s unspoiled nature makes you feel.
Estonia’s UNESCO world heritage capital city Tallinn was granted city rights in the 13th century by the King of Denmark. Since then, the streets of Tallinn have seen many world’s powers, from the Danes and Swedes to Germans, and tsarist and Soviet Russia. Tallinn Old Town is filled with medieval houses and alleyways and is still protected by the remnants of the city wall.
The wealth of architecture in Tallinn means that there are many legends and stories to explore. In addition to the city’s medieval core, new revamped areas such as Noblessner, Telliskivi, and Rotermann are popping up at lightspeed, offering even more cool architecture to explore.
We will show you all this and let you have a taste of some of Estonia’s pure and tasty food.
See you on August 16-18, 2021!
You can see the biographies of people you are about to meet and places you will visit (including a preliminary itinerary) here.
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