Estonia

The Hack tour comes to Tartu

Do you know about hackatons? What they are and why people like them? Hackathons are all about taking something you love, combining it with tech and learning something in the process. The Hack Tour is coming to Tartu on September…

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Estonia 12th in this year’s Press Freedom Index

Estonia is ranked 12th in this year’s Press Freedom Index by Reporters Without Borders, a global organisation that promotes free media. Compared with 2016, Estonia has improved its ranking by two positions. However, Reporters Without Borders says it’s easy in…

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Estonia is the most entrepreneurial country in Europe

According to the World Economic Forum, The Baltic States are a hotbed of entrepreneurial activity, and Estonia is Europe’s most entrepreneurial country. Estonian  neighbour countries are not far behind. Sweden holds the second, Finland the 15th, Latvia the third and…

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Tartu – innovative and smart location in Estonia

Tartu is a innovative city with competitive enterprises, it is attractive to investors and facilitating entrepreneurship and knowledge-based production and services. If you are considering Estonia as a source of investment opportunity you should  take a look at Tartu city and county.…

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Good for making business: Tartu has high level of ICT development

The proximity to the Scandinavian countries, well-known for their technological and telecommunication innovations, has had a positive effect on Estonia. Significant investments have been made into the telecommunication infrastructure and by now fiber optic cables cover the whole country. Direct…

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The Estonian basic education is the best in Europe

According to PISA, a premier global metric for education, compiled by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, the results of Estonian 15-year-olds are the best in Europe and among the strongest in the entire world. The PISA study of…

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Estonia launches a startup visa programme

Estonia has launched a new programme, allowing non-EU nationals to come and work for Estonian startups, relocate their existing startups or establish new ones in Estonia on preferential terms. “Compared with most of the other startup visa programs, the Estonian one…

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