Has the global VC market locked up?
Founders deserve some straight talk on raising venture dollars in today’s market. What does “open for business” really mean for VC funds in the age of Coronavirus?
10 Steps To Keep Up Your Productivity
Some people find concentrating difficult while working from home, especially if other members of the family are at home as well. Whenever you work from home, you should follow a few simple rules to guarantee your productivity.
Anari Hagel: When Isolation Unites
Quarantine is changing the way we communicate - video meetings are no longer just meetings, but common dinners or parties, writes Anari Hagel, editor at FoundME.io.
Surviving Coronavirus. A Guide for Early-stage Enterprise Tech Companies
The normal business cycle includes ups and downs and a lot of negative shocks along the way. Welcome to the old normal, writes Gil Dibner, the founder and general partner of London-based venture capital firm Angular Ventures.
Cyber Security Tips and Best Practices for Working Remotely
Given the unusual recent circumstances, many employees around the world are finding themselves in a situation where they must work from home or remotely.
Kristel Härma: I Have a Runny Nose. And Corona
I'm a young and healthy person, I have a slightly runny nose and my body temperature is something my family doctor would normally call nothing to be worried about. I feel like I usually do in March, but the lab test confirmed that I'm infected with coronavirus, writes Kristel Härma, journalist at Äripäev.
Remote Work Essentials We All Need To Know
Working remotely is something that most of us are going to experience over the next couple of weeks or even months. However, working remotely for more than one or two days is a new practice for most people and organisations, writes Paavo Pauklin, CEO of software development outsourcing company Netcorp.
Andi Hektor: Nothing Ventured, Nothing Gained
For Estonia to become the flagship of innovation, risk investment must be encouraged - the public sector can leverage private capital, writes Andi Hektor, a physicist and entrepreneur, in an essay to Äripäev.
Is Data the New Oil?
Joseph Carson, an international cyber security expert, writes about data becoming extremely critical to business success and how we are giving away our data in return for inexpensive products, making way to cyber-attacks. Companies are hiring Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs) who reduce or eliminate cyber risks.
Madis Müür: Growth Investing in 21st Century
“It is time for investors to review and modernize the fundamentals of their investment strategy - to align them with developments in economy, technology and investing," says startup angel investor Madis Müür.
Arnaud Castaignet: Startup culture as soft power
Estonian startup culture is playing a big part in the country’s soft power internationally. It is serving as pathfinder and attracting foreigners to join the community, but could play a role in reducing regional inequalities as well, discusses Arnaud Castaignet, the head of communications and policy at Skeleton Technologies, formerly the head of public relations at the e-Residency program in Estonia and the digital strategist for the French Presidency.
Anari Hagel: Understanding Misunderstandings
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Märt Aro: Education into a revenue source for Estonia
We are shifting from industrial to information society, but our current school system is circa two hundred years old and tailored to the prime time of industrial society. Märt Aro, co-founder of
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