Daniel Schaer, Comissioner General of the Estonian Pavilion, brings out the top 3 reasons for foreign investors to visit the Estonian Pavilion: “Business lounge presenting all of our partners, business concierge service with Estonia briefings and the best kept secret, Taste Estonia restaurant.”
And before a memorable dinner at our restaurant, take a tour in our unicorn factory and meet the 40+ promising companies innovating the way we used to do things earlier. Of course, everyone in Expo is presenting something unseen and innovative, but the truth is, as an investor, the Estonian Pavilion has something special – we know how to make good business out of ideas! Estonia has a world-class track record in building unicorns. So far, Estonia has been the birthplace of seven unicorns: Skype in 2005, Playtech in 2007, Wise in 2015, Bolt in 2018, Pipedrive in 2020, Zego and ID.me in 2021. That’s 5.3 unicorns per capita. And it makes Estonia a world leader in unicorns per capita.
All the secrets and hidden pearls of Estonian unicorn factory are at your fingertips at the Estonian Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai. The only thing you need to do, is to just step in the secret blue unicorn cube.
Estonian companies at Expo
A hand-picked selection of successful Estonian companies awaiting you at the Estonian Pavilion:
Adamlights – a professional lighting solutions provider
Admiral Markets – an investment company
AlphaBlues – a developer of virtual customer assistant
Amanjeda – a fashion and interior luxury brand
Antegenes – a HealthTech company
Click & Grow – the leading innovator and producer of zero-effort electronic indoor gardens that grow plants without the need for manual watering and fertilising
Dynomax – the world leader in 2WD and 4WD chassis dynamometers and wireless software
Education Estonia – the promoter of successful education model of Estonia
Estelon – a loudspeaker company
Estonian Digital Construction Cluster – an innovator of the construction sector
Estonian ICT Cluster – a collaboration platform for more than 100 Estonian ICT companies
ETS Nord – a producer of sustainable ventilation solutions and equipment
Fort Aero – a business jet management company
Furus Luxury Boats – a mahogany speedboats producer
GoSwift – a digital solution provider to queue vehicles at border crossings
Mobi Lab – an augmented reality solutions provider for sales
Net Group – an e-Justice and e-Education digital transformation empowerer
Nortal – one of the main architects of building Estonian e-society
Opiq – a digital learning content environment
PayRND – a FinTech company
Relief Design Walls – a wooden wall panels company
Silen – a modular silent spaces producer
Solbritt – a baby milk powder producer
Standard – a full scope hotel furnishing company
Startup Estonia – a governmental initiative to supercharge the Estonian startup ecosystem
Stebby – a wellness marketplace
Tallink – the biggest tax-free floating mall and a leading passenger and cargo transport provider in the northern part of the Baltic Sea region
Tallinn – the capital of Estonia and a startup hub in Europe
Tallinn University of Technology (TalTech) – the most innovative university in Estonia
Tartu– a smart city in South Estonia
TESTinEST – a marketing testing platform by Optimist
Timbeter – a forest tech company
Uku Pure Earth – a natural decorative finishing materials producer
University of Tartu – Estonia’s leading centre of research and training
Viljandi Windows and Doors – a high-quality windows and doors producer
World Cleanup Day – a global movement for clean planet
Yanu – world’s first contactless robot bar
Estonian programme at Expo
From the Estonian Prime Minister Kaja Kallas to the unicorn builders, Dubai is welcoming many Estonians in the coming months.
In November, two Thematic Business Forums, discussing urban and rural development, as well as tolerance and inclusivity, are co-curated by Estonia.
In December the focus is on EdTech. Estonia’s Minister of Education Liina Kersna and awesome Estonian EdTech companies are attending at the RewirEd Summit 2021 that brings together the global education community to scale and jumpstart some of the positive change in education.
In January, we will focus on innovation. Estonia’s Minister of Entrepreneurship & IT Andres Sutt and Estonian companies are visiting Dubai and participating at the Age of Disruption conference that discusses how tech innovation is shaping our new normal.
In February our programme in Dubai focuses on wellness, health, food and agriculture. Estonian FoodTech company Click & Grow introduces tech of tomorrow at the Thematic Business Forum Food, Agriculture & Livelihoods.
In March we will celebrate Estonia’s National Day. Estonian music arrives in Dubai and our startups and unicorns will speak at the Estonian Business Forum: TedTalks by Estonia.
See the full programme of the Estonian activities at Expo 2021 here, pick up what interests you and let’s meet soon at the Estonian Pavilion.
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