President Toomas Hendrik Ilves approved a bill which will force companies to declare any transactions over 1,000 euros.
One of the most important changes to enter into force this year is probably the employment register. This concerns all employers. However, the changes do not require extensive developments or expenses from the employers. In many ways, the communication between entrepreneurs and the state will become even easier, i.e. there will be no need to send the same data more than once. Although the technical solution of the new system will probably be tested in May, it is a good time to clarify some things related to the register.
At the traditional Spring Ball held in the evening of 12 April, the Estonian Chamber of Commerce and Industry awarded 6 Medals of Honour to outstanding Estonian entrepreneurs for their contribution into the development of entrepreneurship in Estonia. The Medals of Honour were awarded for the 16th time. The Medal of Honour is the Chamber’s expression of recognition and gratitude for special services in facilitating the development of Estonian economy.
At the end of March a business delegation organised by the Estonian Chamber of Commerce and Industry accompanied the Foreign Minister of Estonia to Uzbekistan.
Estonian Chamber of Commerce and Industry invited the Tax and Customs Board to introduce the new technical solution for employment registration. It was agreed that members of the Chamber will participate in testing the new environment.
With investment and external demand for exports recovering, the European Commission is projecting that the Estonian economy will regain momentum in 2014-15.
New year has arrived with new possibilities and challenges. The economic predictions for the year are positive, but what are the challenges our entrepreneurs face this year? Director General of the Chamber shares his thoughts for the year 2014.
Estonian Chamber of Commerce and Industry has traditionally prepared an overview of amendments in the legislation that enter into force at the beginning of the year and that influence entrepreneurs.
Honourable President Rüütel, President of the Riigikogu, Prime Minister, Ministers, Excellencies, entrepreneurs, dear guests!
It has become a tradition that once a year, on the birthday of the Chamber of Commerce, we invite our most important cooperation partners, heads of state, officials and active members with whom we have discussed, or even argued over the well-being of Estonian entrepreneurship, to this hall of the Estonian Academy of Sciences.
Estonian Chamber of Commerce and Industry in cooperation with Enterprise Estonia and Ural Chamber of Commerce and Industry are organising business visit of Estonian companies to
The East Invest Conference will take place at the ExpoGeorgia fair ground in Tbilisi, on November the 12th2013.
Estonian entrepreneurship and professional organisations who met at the „tax law round table“ admitted that the Ministry of Finance has taken a step towards damaging Estonian business environment.
On 8 October, the winners of the competitions Entrepreneurship Award 2013 and Estonian Companies’ Competitiveness Ranking 2013 were declared at the Estonia Concert Hall. The winners of the Estonian Companies’ Competitiveness Ranking organised by the Estonian Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the Estonian Employers’ Confederation are: among micro companies KLF-Eri OÜ, among small and medium-sized companies Wirtgen Eesti OÜ and among large companies Eesti Energia AS. Kühne+Nagel AS was declared as the main winner of the Entrepreneurship Award 2013 of Enterprise Estonia.