Established in 2000, Enterprise Estonia (EAS) promotes business and regional policy in Estonia and is one of the largest institutions within the national support system for entrepreneurship by providing financial assistance, counselling, cooperation opportunities and training for entrepreneurs, research institutions, the public and non-profit sectors.
Our activities contribute to the achievement of long-term strategic goals of the Estonian economy. To this end, we support the development of companies that have export capacity and create higher added value. Our long-term goal is to help Estonia become one of the most competitive countries in the world.
Building a successful Estonia.
Estonia will be among top twenty countries in the world competitiveness scoreboard by 20201.
|The export volume of EAS clients||3.5 billion euros|
|Added value created by EAS clients||2 billion euros|
|The expenditure volume of research and development of EAS clients||50 million euros|
|Foreign investments that have been brought to Estonia by means of EAS have created||2,000 new jobs and invested 250 million euros|
|The number of overnight stays of tourists from priority target markets will increase||7.5 percent|
1We have used the World Economic Forum analysis where Estonia came to be on the 29th place in 2014, as the scoreboard for international competitiveness.
Following Estonia's accession to the EU, EAS became one of the agencies implementing EU structural funds in Estonia. During the 2007-2013 EU financing period, EUR 784 million (EEK 12 billion) of the more than EUR 3.4 billion (EEK 53 billion) of structural aid to Estonia has been implemented by Enterprise Estonia. In EU's new, 2014-2020 funding period, the budget for Structural Funds is 3.5 billion euros, of which 588.1 million is to be implemented by Enterprise Estonia.
EAS is led by a 3-member Management Board and a Supervisory Board, consisting of the entrepreneurs and officials.
Additionally, advisory boards consisting of the best experts in each of the areas of Enterprise Estonia’s responsibilities give the organization advice and guidance in return for up to date information on future plans and opportunities.
Chairman of the Supervisory Board:
Deputy Chairman of the Supervisory Board:
Members of the Supervisory Board: