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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
Opportunities for Cooperation between Estonia and Finland, 2008
Opportunities for Cooperation between Estonia and Finland, 2008
Estonia and Finland are very close to each other both as states and nations. At almost all levels and sectors of society, the relations between the two countries are exceptionally intense. Very likely, the relations would have evolved to the point at which they are today even without any additional push given by the Estonian and Finnish governments. Even so, in 2002 Prime Ministers Paavo Lipponen and Siim Kallas held that it could be useful to examine the bilateral relations in a less unorthodox manner and explore the potential shared future outlook in view of the time when both countries
Global Competitiveness Report 2008-2009
Global Competitiveness Report 2008-2009
Global Competitiveness Report 2008-2009 was released at a time of multiple shocks to the global economy. The subprime mortgage crisis and the ensuing credit crunch, combined with rising inflation worldwide and the consequent slowdown in demand in many advanced economies, has engendered significant uncertainty about the short-term outlook for the world economy. Global growth is slowing, and it is not yet clear when the effects of the present crisis will subside. The financial market crisis that began in early 2007 is almost unprecedented in its impact, having resulted not only in losses in markets and for financial institutions, but also
Innovation in Estonian Enterprises 1998 – 2000
Innovation in Estonian Enterprises 1998 – 2000
This survey treated innovativeness as implemented technologically new products, processes or services and significant technological improvements in products, processes or services. It requires an objective improvement in the performance of a product or in the way in which it is produced or delivered. An innovation has been implemented, if it has been introduced on the market – product innovation, or used within a production process – process innovation. The product, service or process should be new (or significantly improved) to the enterprise, but does not necessarily have to be new to the enterprise’s market. The technological innovation could include, but
Competence Centre Programme Estonia Feasibility Study, 2002
Competence Centre Programme Estonia Feasibility Study, 2002
What will be the success factors of international competitiveness tomorrow? This question lies at the heart of each country in conditions of a growing global interdependence and competition. Competitiveness is based on the ability to create, transfer and use new and existing knowledge to produce unique products for global markets. In order to be successful, one has to possess attractive resources, as well as the knowledge and skills to use them. Finally, one must be aware of changes on the global market and be flexible towards them. It is widely understood that research, technological development and innovation (RTDI) are the
Access of Enterprises to Venture Financing in Estonia: Feasibility Study of Government Support Sheme, 2004
Access of Enterprises to Venture Financing in Estonia: Feasibility Study of Government Support Sheme, 2004
Estonia is striving to become an innovation-driven economy by making leverage on available resources such as: a highly educated population, good research institutions in advanced sectors, well prepared and motivated public administration, good economic and logistic links with neighbouring countries (especially with the Scandinavian region). Aware of existing shortcomings, the public administration has designed and put in place a system aimed at speeding up and supporting the process of knowledge and technology development and valorisation in the view of transforming these resources into commercially exploitable assets. Such a system has already been operational and has produced appealing results. However, it
Personal data processing
CONDITIONS FOR DATA PROCESSING OF ENTERPRISE ESTONIA Published as of 14 March 2019 With regard to the General Data Protection Regulation (Regulation 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council), which entered into force on 25 May 2018, we inform you about our data protection related activities. When collecting and processing the aforementioned data, Enterprise Estonia acts as a controller within the meaning of the General Data Protection Regulation; Enterprise Estonia as a controller is represented by a Management Board, the contact details of which can be found here. The following does not apply to the storage of data of