An IT start-up in Estonia
Estonia is one of the countries in the European Baltic region and although small, it harbors great potential for foreign investors
. One of the best business opportunities available in this country is represented by the IT sector
. The country supports the use of electronic services and internet connections are available throughout the territory, even in most of the rural areas.
Estonia is encouraging and investing in IT start-ups
and the demand is not only for IT services
but also for skilled workforce
in the field. If you want to open a company in Estonia
, the home country of Skype, the IT sector
is a good business option that can offer important opportunities for interested investors.
Opening a company in Estonia
The company registration process in Estonia
is straightforward and one of the most popular business forms is the private limited company. This type of Estonian company requires a minimum share capital and a mandatory management board that acts as the directing body of the company.
Alternatively, IT companies
that want to expand their business activities in Estonia can open a branch
. This is an extension of the parent company abroad and has certain particularities.
Our Estonian company formation consultants can help you open an IT company in Estonia. With the help of our experienced team the company incorporation process will run without difficulties and your company will commence its business activities in the shortest amount of time possible.
Business opportunities in Estonia
The IT sector in Estonia offers many business opportunities and there are many investors who open start-ups in this sector. Online services providers are among the most successful, due to the high demand for these type of services and the multitude of users. Companies that focus on software development are also an important branch in the IT business and they target many areas, from business management software to mobile payment systems.
The capital city of Tallinn
is a hot spot for investments in Estonia. The city also has a science park called Tehnopol
that houses over 150 tech companies.