Tech.eu’s Ivo Spigel took a trip to Estonia, to get a first-hand look at how this small Baltic country has transformed itself into a global digital leader.
Estonian short-term job search platform Jobbatical received an investment of $1 million from the Australian VC firm AirTree. The platform allows job seekers in tech-related fields to find placements in startups and established software companies throughout the world.
Monsanto Co. has agreed to acquire VitalFields, an Estonian farm management software company, for an undisclosed amount. The startup will become part of The Climate Company, a Monsanto subsidiary that helps farmers maximize harvests through its Climate FieldView platform.
Estonian language learning startup Lingvist has scored $8 million in new funding from its previous investors and, notably, Japanese online giant Rakuten.
An interview with Hardi Meybaum, the young successful Estonian entrepreneur who sold his company GrabCAD to Stratasys for a rumoured $100 million last year.
Estonia, one of Europe’s smallest countries, has recently introduced an e-Residency program that allows non-residents to apply for virtual citizenship. We asked government CIO Taavi Kotka what gives.
What are the challenges and opportunities of being part of the European startup ecosystem? Four entrepreneurs from across the region weigh in on funding, cultural advantages and thinking global.