Advisory Unit team attended at the conference for entrepreneurs organised by Versobank in Kiev on April 22-23rd, 2016.

The main purpose of the conference was to present Estonia as a country and as a good place to start a business.
Local entrepreneurs had opportunity to obtain an information of business culture and investment opportunities in Estonia.
Head of Advisory Unit of Leinonen Tõnis Elling was invited to introduce Estonian tax system.
Many questions in relation to development and economical improvement of Estonia showed that a general interest among the local entrepreneurs with respect to Estonia is high.


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