e-Estonia Live: From electronic identity to a digital world

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The e-Estonia Live webinar series is hosted weekly on our e-Estonia Facebook page, where we connect with Estonian state experts and company representatives to discuss current issues and the developments within e-Estonia. 

How does going digital create a new layer of possibilities for the formation of virtual societies, identification and belonging? This was one of the many questions tackled in this week’s webinar with Taavi Kotka, the former CIO of the Government of Estonia, the Founder of Proud Engineers and one of the minds behind Estonia’s e-Residency.

Based on his experiences in helping implement digital solutions around the world – from Australia to India to Switzerland – we touch upon the hindering, as well as supporting factors of digitalisation in different contexts. Among other thought-provoking ideas, we hear why privacy concerns are never an obstacle for  digitalisation, what future electronic identity will look like, and what we could be learning in the current crisis.

Watch the recording for the full discussion:


Today, e-governance and e-services have become a necessity in every country. e-Estonia Briefing Centre – the gateway to Estonian expertise in e-governance, invites you to connect with the Estonian IT companies directly responsible for the successful functioning of the e-state even during a pandemic. Get in touch with us to set up your custom virtual programme with the best partners you could get:

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We host impactful events both in our centre and online for government institutions, companies, and media. You’ll get an overview of e-Estonia’s best practices and build links to leading IT-service providers and state experts to support your digitalisation plans.

Questions? Have a chat with us.

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The Briefing Centre is conveniently located just 2 minutes drive from the airport and 10 to 15 minutes drive from the city centre.

You will find us on a ground floor of Valukoja 8, central entrance behind the statue of Mr Ernst Julius Öpik. Photo of the central entrance.

Valukoja 8
11415 Tallinn, Estonia