Running a Business During the Crisis
Headlined ‘Everything you need to know about running a business during the crisis’, specialists from Grant Thornton Baltic has put together a series of articles covering a wide range of subjects to consider during the current emergency situation:
Rescue Flight Tallinn-Stockholm
Nordica arranges a rescue flight Tallinn-Stockholm on Tuesday 7 April at 09:15.
Online bookings can be made via this link:
SEB and Briox launch joint accounting solution
SEB in collaboration with accounting software provider Briox are launching a new accounting solution that enables small and medium sized businesses to work more efficiently.
Economic stimulus package Estonia
Info from Enterprise Estonia
In order to mitigate the impact of the coronavirus on the Estonian economy and entrepreneurs, the Government of the Republic Estonia has developed a package of urgent economic measures.
Mobilising against the coronavirus
Business Sweden has made a survey mapping how and to which extent large Swedish export companies are affected by the pandemic caused by the coronavirus.
SCCE welcomes Ülemiste Health Centre and Pealinna Perearstid as new members
SCCE’s General Assembly 2020
Ülemiste Health Centre and Pealinna Perearstid are one of the biggest family doctors centres in Estonia with 16 doctors caring for 25 000 patients altogether.
For the first time ever, SCCE’s General Assembly was conducted via e-mail this year. The electronic proceedings were conducted on 17 March and all our members who had registered for voting got the necessary reports and proposals to be decided upon via e-mail.
The Spring Issue of focus is on its way to your postbox
The spring issue of focus, the magazine of the Swedish Chamber of Commerce in Estonia, is now being printed and will soon appear in your postbox.
SCCE welcomes Tele2 as a new member
Tele2 is an ambitious challenger brand in the telecom market, we want to bring freshness and new breath into the boring telecom sector. We challenge old ways of thinking, stigma and bad practices in the telecom sector.
The current emergency situation, declared by the Estonian Government on 12 March, has for obvious reasons an impact on SCCE’s upcoming activities up until 1 May, or as long as the emergency situation is in force.