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Think beyond borders: why startups from all over the world set up in Estonia

30 September, 2018-09-30 16:15 2018-09-30 17:45 Europe/Kiev IT Arena, Think beyond borders: why startups from all over the world set up in Estonia Rynok Square, 36
16:15 - 17:45
36po, Rynok Square, 36

For the past 4 years almost 8,000 companies were established in Estonia by people from all over the world, mainly IT specialists. The world’s most digitally advanced country attracted them for a reason: everyone can run a global EU company entirely online and use digital services as freely as Estonians do through the e-Residency programme, in fact, without even coming to Estonia. Apropos, Ukrainians are the critical audience attracted to the opportunity of gaining access to the international market and partnerships with companies and clients from Europe, the US or everywhere in the world. We will discuss how the e-Residency programme can benefit IT business and whether you should consider it too.

Arnaud Castaignet
Country: France
Position: Head of Public Relations
Organization: Republic of Estonia's e-Residency programme
Business
Arnaud Castaignet is the Head of Public Relations for the Estonia’s e-Residency programme. It’s a government-issued digital ID offering the freedom to run a global EU company fully online from anywhere in the world. Previously, Arnaud worked for the French President François Hollande as a digital strategist and communication officer, and had worked as an international communications consultant in Paris, advising governments, politicians and corporations and as a business journalist in Turkey and India.

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