Katrin Vaga

e-Residency

Head of Public Relations

Katrin Vaga is Head of Public Relations in e-Residency, Government programme that provides gateway to 100% location-free entrepreneurship. She is former investigative and current affairs journalist and TV correspondent in the EU Affairs, and has later advised on communication and marketing in security sector and government organisations based in Brussels and London. Katrin has also a decade- long entrepreneurial experience from the UK market and has been freelance columnist for Estonian press.

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Katrin Vaga

e-Residency

Head of Public Relations

Katrin Vaga is Head of Public Relations in e-Residency, Government programme that provides gateway to 100% location-free entrepreneurship. She is former investigative and current affairs journalist and TV correspondent in the EU Affairs, and has later advised on communication and marketing in security sector and government organisations based in Brussels and London. Katrin has also a decade- long entrepreneurial experience from the UK market and has been freelance columnist for Estonian press.

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13:30 - 15:00 Uhr
Stage: k32

Workshop: Estonia’s e-Residency: how can founders benefit from online formation?
In 2014, Estonia was the first country in the worl

d to launch e-Residency, a government issued ID to allow to establish and run their EU-based businesses 100% online. To-date the programme has attracted 95,000 freelancers, entrepreneurs and startup founders from 179 countries, including 5,500 German nationals.
Join us for a presentation and panel discussion with experts and entrepreneurs. Which kinds of business set-ups can benefit from e-Residency? Why have 10 unicorn (USD 1 bn) value companies grown out of Estonia? How do Hamburg and Estonia compare as business ecosystems?
The panel discussion will include: Mats Kuuskemaa, Head of Business Strategy, e-Residency, Riina Leminsky, Director of FDI & Business Development, DACH Region, Enterprise Estonia, Katrin Vaga, Head of Public Relations at e-Residency and Michael Paul Randt, Hamburg-based CEO, serial entrepreneur and e-Resident of Estonia.

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FR
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13:30 - 15:00 Uhr
Stage: k32
Workshop: Estonia’s e-Residency: how can founders benefit from online formation?
In 2014, Estonia was the first country in the worl

d to launch e-Residency, a government issued ID to allow to establish and run their EU-based businesses 100% online. To-date the programme has attracted 95,000 freelancers, entrepreneurs and startup founders from 179 countries, including 5,500 German nationals.
Join us for a presentation and panel discussion with experts and entrepreneurs. Which kinds of business set-ups can benefit from e-Residency? Why have 10 unicorn (USD 1 bn) value companies grown out of Estonia? How do Hamburg and Estonia compare as business ecosystems?
The panel discussion will include: Mats Kuuskemaa, Head of Business Strategy, e-Residency, Riina Leminsky, Director of FDI & Business Development, DACH Region, Enterprise Estonia, Katrin Vaga, Head of Public Relations at e-Residency and Michael Paul Randt, Hamburg-based CEO, serial entrepreneur and e-Resident of Estonia.

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