Startup Estonia convened a round table of the technology sector and the Prime Minister 18.01.2022
On 12 January, Startup Estonia, a member of KredEx, together with representatives of the technology sector and Prime Minister Kaja Kallas discussed the current situation and future plans of the sector at a round table of the technology sector in Stenbock House.
Lauri Lugna to become Chairman of the Management Board of the KredEx and Enterprise Estonia joint organisation 05.01.2022
On 17 January, Lauri Lugna, who has a long track record as a top executive, will take up the position of Chairman of the Management Board of the newly merged KredEx and Enterprise Estonia joint organisation. Sigrid Harjo and Paul Kalle will continue as Members of the Management Board of the joint organisation. The substantive merger of the organisations will be finalised this year; until then, all services will continue to be offered under the existing brands.
Minister Sutt confirmed the Supervisory Board of Enterprise Estonia and KredEx joint organisation 23.12.2021
Yesterday, the Minister of Entrepreneurship and Information Technology, Andres Sutt, confirmed the composition of the Supervisory Board of the new organisation to be established on the basis of KredEx and Enterprise Estonia. Four current members from Enterprise Estonia and three from KredEx will continue on the Supervisory Board of the new organisation, plus two new members.
Number of employees in Estonian startups increased by more than a thousand 09.12.2021
At the end of Q3 of this year, a total of 7659 people were working in Estonian startups, which is 21% more than during the same period last year. During that period, a total of 6308 people were employed in the startup sector.
EAS and KredEx to continue as a foundation in merger 02.12.2021
The Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications is proposing to the Government that the legal form of the new organisation, which will be created by the merger of KredEx and Enterprise Estonia (EAS), could continue to be a foundation.
Obstacles to the development of businesses in attracting additional capital 01.12.2021
Fifteen per cent of Estonian companies are struggling to raise the capital they need to grow, with insufficient collateral and equity financing being the main obstacles, according to a recently published RAIT Faktum & Ariko business survey.
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