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Our activities contribute to achieving the long-term strategic goals of the Estonian economy and our further aim is to facilitate the process of Estonia becoming one of the most competitive countries in the world.

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How can we help Estonian companies?

Opportunities

Introducing opportunities for bringing your company to a new level through business model innovation.

Knowledge

Sharing expert know-how and connecting you with right partners for your business development.

Funding

Supporting your ambitious ideas as well as assisting in finding international funding opportunities.

Services and grants

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Grant

Grant for knowledge-intensive activities of Ida-Viru enterprises

Maximum grant 5 000 000
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Grant

Programme for applied research: small projects

Maximum grant 150 000
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äri

Investment grant for Ida-Viru companies

Maximum grant depends on the size of the investment, minimum amount of support is 500 000 euros
Recommended
äri arendamine

Consultation on international recruitment

Price Free
Duration 45 min
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ekspordinõunik

Target market seminars

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Aasia

Export advisory services in target markets

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EIC

Euroopa Horisont EIC Accelerator

Maximum grant 2 500 000 (millele lisandub kuni 15 000 000 omakapitaliinvesteeringuna)
Duration kuni 2 aastat
Recommended
äri arendamine

Grant for the implementation of a development plan for creative entrepreneurs

Maximum grant 100 000
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äri arendamine

Grant for developing export capacity for creative entrepreneurship

Maximum grant 50 000
Recommended
äri arendamine

Development cooperation consultation

Price first 6 h are free, further hours are 100 €/h
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Grant

Programme for applied research

Maximum grant 2 000 000
Recommended
äri arendamine

Development centres investment grant

Maximum grant 500 000
Recommended
äri arendamine

Grant for large investor

Maximum grant 3 000 000
Closed
Aasia

Systematic export to Japan

Price SME: 2000 euros; Large Enterprise: 3000 euros
Duration The program will start in January 2024 and lasts 6 months
Closed
Araabia Ühendemiraadid

Involving international experts

Price Co-payment 50% of the expert's fee, maximum grant amount 10,000 euros
Closed
Grant

Grant for international events

Maximum grant 75 000
Closed
äri arendamine

Norway Grants ‘Green ICT’ programme 2014-2021

Maximum grant 700 000
Duration 24 months
Closed
Grant

International conference grant

Maximum grant 30 000
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Two businesses to invest in new business opportunities thanks to Just Transition Fund

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The winners of the „Go Global Awards“ 2022 in Tallinn are announced

The International Trade Council (ITC) event “Go Global Awards” culminated with gala evening in Tallinn. Business world’s Oscars conference and gala brought together hundreds of senior executives from the world’s most innovative manufacturers, re-manufacturers and exporters, along with representatives from government bodies, trade associations, venture capital firms and financial institutions. „This is the first time this international event, with more than 30 years of history, took place in a nordic country, and it is no coincidence that it was Estonia,“ said Solomon Addai, ITC Senior Board Member .„First, Estonia as Estonian Business and Innovation Agency won the best Trade Promotion

Estonia Launches the Go Global 2022 awards program

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Enterprise Estonia takes 13 companies to Eurosatory 2022

Enterprise Estonia takes 13 Estonian companies with a joint stand to one of the biggest trade fairs for the defense industry – Eurosatory 2022 taking place in Paris from June 13th til June 17th.   Eurosatory is one of the largest defense industry trade fairs in Europe, held on every second year. Last time the fair was physically held in 2018 and it was attended by over 1,800 exhibitors and more than 57,000 visitors. Enterprise Estonia will go to the Eurosatory fair with a joint stand of companies for the fifth time, since 2014. According to Rene Ehasalu, the cluster

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