Tallinn is set to continue its support for international conferences, a initiative started last year, with funding for 28 international conferences, several of which will take place in 2024. The budget for this support measure is 275,000 euros.
Yesterday's Ajujaht (Brain Hunt) entrepreneurship competition finale announced the winner of the Tallinn Special Prize, recognizing the technology company Raw Edge for its innovation and eco-friendly approach in the food industry. Raw Edge specializes in developing ultra-low-calorie products that support gut health and overall wellbeing, using fermentation technology.
The Estonian Startup Ecosystem Platform exists to connect like-minded individuals, be they support organizations or startups, and facilitate mutual support and service exchanges. More than just a digital platform, it’s a space for convergence, reflecting Estonia’s unique ecosystem characteristics:
An Estonian-based organization called Robotex organizes Robotex International, the annual robotics festival, which brings together thousands of engineers, executives, students, and families to hear from the leaders of the technology industry, explore new start-ups, build robots and explore the newest technology.
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AI has emerged as a driving force behind sustainable solutions. It holds immense potential to revolutionize industries, reshape economies, and mitigate the adverse impacts of climate change. GreenEST Summit 2023 will delve into the synergy between AI and GreenTech, unlocking new possibilities for environmental conservation and sustainable development. Together, let us envision a world where AI and GreenTech work hand in hand to build a future that is not only technologically advanced but also ecologically harmonious.
The City of Tallinn introduced a new vision for the area surrounding Linnahall today, aiming to initiate a discussion about the future of the area. Following public discussions, there are plans to proceed with detailed planning and to involve investors for the implementation of the proposed design. The area is planned for public and commercial buildings. The concept involves either a complete reconstruction of Linnahall or the construction of a new building.
From 13 to 17 November, European Green Capital 2023 Tallinn will host NEXPO, the international greentech exhibition, focusing on mobility. Taking place in the framework of Greentech Week, the event will convene companies offering sustainable solutions, as well as nearly 500 investors, global visionaries and top researchers from around the world.
Tallinn Restaurant Week starts tomorrow, with 81 restaurants offering culinary delights from November 1 to 7. In collaboration with Tallinn, criteria have been established allowing restaurants to choose a dish from their à la carte menu that meets one of the set criteria and mark it with the green label. This initiative has been joined for the first time by 24 restaurants.
In addition to being the European green capital, Tallinn will also be the capital of green technology of the world in November 13-17. The most innovative ideas from Europe, Asia and the United States will be hosted within the framework of the international technology event NEXPO Tallinn.