Enterprise Europe Network
The Enterprise Europe Network helps businesses innovate and grow on an international scale. It is the world’s largest support network for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) with international ambitions.
Estonian Export Directory
“Estonian Export Directory” is a practical business guide that has become the most important and prestigious publication for the local importers and exporters over the years.
The main objective of the project is to help European SMEs to access public procurement opportunities in selected third countries. GOOSE aims at fitting the gap that separates European SME, and their associated long range of solutions and technology, to the potential demand from public institutions in the targeted third country.
Tourism in Balance (TIB)
The objective of the project is to improve the performence of the local-regional strategies and policies by strengthening their contribution to find balance in tourism with a focus on spreading tourism over a wider area, making use of the opportunities offered by the city and region. The project aims to strengthen the positive effects of tourism and to reduce the negative effects of tourism.
Estonians have a deep relationship with their food. Our food reflects our history by combining cuisines and cultures that have traversed through our land. To this day, Estonians enjoy fusing together different styles and constantly innovating for new, undiscovered flavours. We invite you to discover exciting tastes from the country with pure air, clean water, fresh food.
Estonian Companies´ Competitiveness Ranking
The history of the Estonian Companies' Competitiveness Ranking dates back to the year 2003 when this ranking was first drawn up by the initiative of the Estonian Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
Project on increasing female participation in ICT sector and this way securing democratic digital transformation
The project presented by the Estonian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ECCI) focuses on increasing female participation in the ICT sector and this way secure democratic digital transformation. The aim is to pilot activities, which once proven efficient will be carried out in years to come. The results will be achieved thanks to multi-sectoral involvement.
A project to promote permeability through dual bachelor's programs with integrated initial and further vocational training.
The main objective of this Central Baltic Programme – project "Silver Strategies" is to improve labour market opportunities for people of preretirement and retirement age (silver age, 55+). The goal is to develop joint antidiscrimination strategies for CB companies and sets of measures to be implemented by companies in Estonia, Finland, and Latvia.
Twinnovation project takes a unique twofold approach — delivering a specialized twin transition training program to businesses and guiding them through small-scale pilots, leading to innovative solutions in products, services, or processes. Our ultimate goal is to bridge theory to practice, supporting the competitiveness of partnering SMEs and inspiring others to embark on their twin transition journey.