September Tech News in Estonia

October 9, 2019

Over 30 Estonian tech companies sign a green pledge to become climate neutral

 

 

At the Tallinn Digital Summit, 33 Estonian technology companies signed a “green pledge”, promising to take their operations to a completely environmentally sustainable basis by 2030. Read more.

 

Digital development a priority for upcoming school year in Estonia.

 

 

There will be a strong emphasis on digital development in the upcoming school year, Minister for Education and Research, Mailis Reps (Centre), said at a press conference on Tuesday. Speaking at Tallinn’s Mesipuu Kindergarten, Reps said the keywords for the new school year were language learning, digital revolution, and peaceful environments in schools. Read more.

 

Estonian-founded Pipedrive in Forbes Cloud 100 list.

 

Pipedrive, an Estonian customer relationship management (CRM) company, is on the Forbes Cloud 100 list for the second year in a row. The Cloud 100 list, called the ‘tech hottest category’, ranks the best and brightest #emerging companies. Read more.

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