What is Estonia Experience?
Estonia Experience is your opportunity to immerse yourself in the country that Wired magazine called "the most advanced digital society in the world." Read more about why we believe Estonia is one of the most unique business environments of the XXI century.
During this trip, you'll meet the startups, entrepreneurs and tech visionaries that are changing how the world thinks about governance, banking, legislation, security, nationalities, travel, and more. Stroll through Europe's oldest and virtually intact medieval city, and understand the history and cultural elements that led this tiny post-soviet nation to become one of the biggest forces of innovation of the XXI century.
Meet other executives and entrepreneurs as passionate as you about tech innovation in governments, finance, information security, and more.
Get exposed to Estonian methods and solutions that can trigger new ideas to implement in your businesses and society.
Learn about the challenges that sparked the Estonian entrepreneurial culture and become a teacher of innovative thinking in your own culture.
It doesn't get much better than people-meeting, mind-stimulating, city-strolling, nature-watching in Estonia. Get ready to create some great memories!
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Who leads Estonia Experience?
Carlos Miceli is an entrepreneur, speaker, writer and lifelong learner from Buenos Aires, Argentina. In 2015, he became the first Argentinian e-Resident of Estonia while living and working in Tallinn, and was asked to present his story as a case study during the early phase of the e-Residency program. He has spoken at many institutions worldwide, including Harvard, Stanford, MIT, and more. Apertura magazine, the most important business magazine of Latin America, named Carlos a Top Leader of Argentina Under 35.
Kadri Timuska, born and raised in Estonia, is a Campus Recruiter at TransferWise and has a degree from Tallinn University. She is passionate about global trends in the HR sector, languages, learning methodologies, and event management. She was a Board Member in AEGEE-Tallinn where she organized multiple international events as well as took part in event management workshops throughout Europe. She speaks fluent Estonian, English, Russian, and basic German and Spanish.