The e-Estonia Briefing Centre connects visiting delegations to Estonian companies to support international knowledge transfer when it comes to digitalisation. If the number of visitors to the Briefing Centre last year indicates something, then it’s quite sure there is strong interest in the Estonian digitalisation story. The how and what – seldom the why, as well – of becoming a fully digital state is not only a great story, but also a great learning curve that can be shared.
Our visiting delegations can choose between three types of programmes, depending on interests and scheduling. All of them introduce the e-Estonia story on different levels. While the standard presentation covers the fundamentals and the business engagement gives a deeper intro to a more specific interest, the business programme is the crown jewel. Business programmes give an in-depth overview of the underlying principles of e-Estonia, provide valuable contacts with experts, and they are tailored to the specific interests of every group.
The Estonian digital state has been built largely in partnership between the public and private sector and Estonian companies have unique experience in leading such development projects. During the programme, we introduce you to businesses and public sector experts in relevant fields. For example, in case of interest in interoperability, you might meet with Cybernetica, the Nordic Institute for Interoperability Solutions and the Information System Authority.