For details on ESA visit their official website and also these dedicated web sites for how ESA support Open Innovation, makes patents available and other technology available for transfer to you as an exisiting company or startup; ESA TECHNOLOGY EXCHANGE, ESA TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER PORTAL or
ESA IP FOR COMMERCIALISATION WEB
Tartu is Estonia’s leading centre of education and research. There are 11 higher education institutions in the city, with a total of nearly 20,000 students, conducting internationally recognized research and providing world-class research-based higher education. For example, the University of Tartu, founded in 1632, is one of the oldest universities in North-Eastern Europe and is ranked in the top 2% of the world’s best universities. Visit City of Tartu webpage for more information.
Tallinn, the capital of Estonia, is part of the economically stable Nordic area. Tallinn offers a business-friendly environmen which is supported by a simple, unique and stable flat-rate tax system which encourages long-term value creation.
Tallinn´s e-services and Internet applications are among the most progressive in the world. Estonia has one of the highest levels of Internet freedom in the world. It is also one of the world’s leading countries when it comes to the use and availability of the Internet and online services. Visit City of Tallinn webpage for more information.
Kredex is a legally independent foundation under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications founded in 2001. Kredex operates in accordance with insurance and banking principles offering to enterprises guarantees with state guarantee, loans, venture capital and credit insurance. Visit Kredex webpage for more information.