The British-Estonian Chamber of Commerce and Enterprise Estonia London hold a conference in Edinburgh on September 13. Titled “SmartEST: New Nordic Estonia,” the event aims to foster business links and introduce new investment opportunities.
In addition to providing a general overview of Estonia’s economic trends, the conference focuses on finance and real estate sectors, renewable energy and e-health care.
The keynote speech is delivered by Foreign Minister Urmas Paet. Other speakers come from the Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Praxis think tank, Scottish Development International and the countries’ business communities.
According to first-hand experience of James Oates, CEO of Cicero Capital, Scottish entrepreneurs in Estonia have been very successful in recent years – a message now to be delivered to their countrymen at the Edinburgh event.
The conference is part of the Chamber of Commerce-organized Estonian business delegation visit to Scotland. The group consists of over 20 entrepreneurs looking to expand their business and forge partnerships in the region. The delegation will also participate at the international smart health care conference in Edinburgh and meet with the Estonian expat community in Scotland, the MacEstonians.