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The Estonian business environment enables you to focus on growing your business instead of dealing with red tape.
3 h to start a company
Signing up new business in electronic Business Register takes minutes and in a few hours the company is up and running.
1st tax competitiveness
Estonian tax code holds the 1st place in the OECD Tax Competitiveness Index.
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We’re used to getting things done quickly. Our legislation is transparent and supportive of business. We have the most competitive and investment-friendly taxation system in Europe. Our national debt is also the lowest in Europe.

And our most valuable asset is our people. We are smart and hard-working. We don’t speak much, but we achieve a great deal. We think before doing and keep our promises. We also speak a large number of languages.


Estonia is the first country to offer e-residency, a transnational digital identity that allows digital signatures and the creation and operation of location-independent businesses online. Since 2014, people from 167 different countries have applied for e-residency.

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Bright future

Estonians are the most optimistic nation in the EU when it comes to expectations concerning the economy bequeathed to future generations. Only 4% of Estonians believe their children will be worse off than themselves, compared to the EU average of 18%.

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Low unemployment

In 2017, the unemployment rate was 5.8% and the employment rate 67.5%. The labour force participation rate increased by 1.2% compared to the same period in 2016 and the number of inactive working-age people is on a downtrend.

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Hard workers

The employment rate in Estonia is high, especially among women. 72.6% of Estonian women aged 20-64 work (the EU average is 64.3%) 80.5% of Estonian men work, versus an EU average of 75.9%.

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tips & tricks for travelling to Estonia

Here you’ll find helpful information on how to make your trip to Tallinn more meaningful, tasty and enjoyable.

How to get around

Tallinn is one of the few cities worldwide where you can conveniently take a tram or scooter from the airport to the city centre. It's also the birthplace of Bolt, the biggest rival of Uber's, making transportation a breeze.

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Food & drink

Did you know that Tallinn has a restaurant with Two Michelin Stars and 34 other places listed in the Michelin guide? Discover exciting culinary experiences in Tallinn featuring local and seasonal ingredients.

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Where to stay

Tallinn boasts an array of value-for-money business-class hotels, from hip and trendy container hotels to unique boutique hotels in the Medieval Old Town.

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What to see and do

Estonia is more than just Tallinn and we hope your trip isn't solely for work. Explore a list of exciting things to do in and around Tallinn.

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