NJORD Estonia: Estonian Startup Database launched in Estonia

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Startup Estonia, which is a governmental initiative aimed at supercharging the local start-up ecosystem, has launched an Estonian Startup Database (“Database”). It contains around 1,000 start-ups from different sectors. The Database provides data about the start-up sector, business model, employees, employment taxes, and turnovers. It is also possible to narrow down searches within particular sectors or criteria.

The users of the Database can rank the start-ups, filter them, and create custom reports. Start-ups that are new or not in the Database can join the Database by creating a profile on the Database website. To join the Database, start-ups should be technology-based businesses registered in Estonia, not older than 10 years and have a goal to develop and launch an innovative and repeatable business model with global growth potential.

The Database is a good source of information for potential investors and other stakeholders to look over the start-ups’ ecosystem for further investments.

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