Clothing and footwear expensive in Estonia
While Estonia's average level of prices is more than 25 percent lower than the European average, clothes and footwear tend to be more expensive instead. Economist at SEB Mihkel Nestor believes it is the result of Estonia's small market. “One of the better hypotheses to explain that fact is our modest number of consumers,” he explained.
06.01.2017, Tõnis OjaPM
Tallinn borough head asks police to strengthen security at Christmas market
The governor of the Central Tallinn borough, Alar Naame, has asked the police to increase their presence at Tallinn's Christmas market to assure visitors' safety.
Eestlane hakkab Miamis võistlema maailma parima baarmeni tiitli nimel
Täna algab Miamis baarmenite võistlus World Class, kus selgitatakse välja maailma parim kokteilivõlur, teiste seas astub võistlustulle ka eestlane Regeri Zoo.
Marta Vaarik, Helina Risti ja Piret Järvis panevad oma vintage-hilbud müüki
Juba sel laupäeval 27. augustil 2016 toimub järjekordne “KAMA Market”, kus saavad kokku kõige lahedamad Tallinna fashionistad.
Moesõprade lemmik üritus Kama Market toimub juba järgmisel nädalal
Juba järgmisel laupäeval, 27. augustil toimub järjekordne “KAMA Market”, kus saavad kokku kõige lahedamad ja tuusamad Tallinna fashionistad. Kopli Restorani (Kopli 25, Tallinn) ruumides toimub KAMA Market juba neljandat korda.
Phantom stops forced by state on bus companies
No longer do the new Lux Express buses speed straight from Tallinn to Tartu. Rather, they do stops in places where probability of picking someone up is next to nothing. The phantom stops have been enforced by the state.
13.06.2016, Hanneli RudiElu
KAMA Market vol3 toimub juba sel laupäeval Kopli Restoranis koos ööturuja discoga
Kopli Restoranis toimub sel laupäeval, 14.mail juba kolmandat korda pealinna vintaažim kirbuturg.
Estonia's LHV exits Latvian market
Estonian LHV bank is to close its Latvian branch on Thursday evening and exit the Latvian market, and in the future the bank will mainly focus on the Estonian market.
Africa en example for energy independence to Estonia
Thanks to technology revolution, the Estonian eager for innovation will within years break free from energy taxes imposed by the state, and of the major producers pampered with subsidies, predicts World Energy Council's European region head Einari Kisel.
11.01.2016, Andres ReimerElu
Kama Restoran võõrustab moegurmaane ostu-ja müügipeoga
13.-14. veebruar täitub Kama Restorani tagaruum eklektiliste moegurmaanidega/fashionistadega juba teist korda. Suur ostu- ja müügipidu Kama Market taas Koplis!
Norma backs out from making safety belts
A producer of car safety devices, Norma has been making safety belts for over four decades beginning in 1973. Now, a best known industrial enterprise in Estonia, they have focused on details providing greater added value.
21.12.2015, Tõnis Oja
Mart Kadastik on esimest korda elus vaba mees
Kolmkümmend kaheksa aastat tagasi alustas ajakirjanik Mart Kadastik tööd Tartus Gildi tänava majas, majas, kus praegu asub Postimehe Tartu toimetus. Toona kandis ajaleht küll Edasi nime. Kadastik on olnud Postimehe peatoimetaja, omanike esindaja, ka omanik. 2015. aasta sügisest on Mart Kadastik aga tavaline Postimehe tellija, lugeja.
26.10.2015, Heili SibritsPM
Fixed rate electricity tariffs would power monopoly
While supposedly favorable for consumers and network operators, in current situation flat rate electricity tariffs would only boost the monopoly of Elektrilevi on the market.
19.10.2015, Siiri Liiva
Google hakkab klientidele toidukaupu koju vedama
Google hakkab San Franciscos ning ühes seni veel nimetamata USA linnas testima käesoleval aastal toidukaupade kojuvedamisteenust, kirjutab Bloomberg.
Licensing may force 80 pct of payday loan providers in Estonia to close in March
The requirement for providers of express loans to register with the Financial Supervision Authority may force 80 percent of the companies providing such loans in Estonia now to close in March, considering the length of the proceeding.
Minister: Estonia must look for new markets due to Russian fish embargo
According to Minister for Rural Affairs Urmas Kruuse Estonia is looking for alternative markets due to Russia's ban on imports of Estonian fish products, the most important of which is Ukraine.
Big pension funds regain market share
With LHV pension funds mightily grabbing market share of late, and those of Nordea a bit less mightily, this past year the biggies Swedbank and SEB have started to snatch it back.
09.04.2015, Tõnis OjaElu
AVAPAUK: Meat Market Cocktail Bar ametlik avapidu Tartus!
Reedel, 27. märtsil toimus Tartus Meat Market Cocktail Bar`i ametlik avapidu.
30.03.2015, Elu24.ee meelelahutustoimkondPM
Britain's IPF buying owner of Credit24 for GBP 23.8 mln
Home credit provider International Personal Finance plc Friday said it has reached a deal to acquire UK-based consumer finance company MCB Finance Group PLC in a deal valuing MCB Finance at around 23.8 million pounds.
Editorial: risks realised, in Russian economy
In economic activities, any entrepreneur and investor needs to consider certain risks. These may be market risks, political risks, geographical risks or even force majeure. In some countries, these risks are lower, and higher in others.
Panic pummels Russian financial markets
Desperate try by Russia’s central bank to halt the free fall of rouble fell flat – following the sharp base interest rise yesterday morning, the currency strengthened just for a few hours, to thereafter totally tumble.
17.12.2014, Tõnis OjaPM
Not bottomed yet
Yesterday, major fuel sellers dropped gas and diesel prices by 1.5 cents. The bestseller 95 petrol is now at €1.199 per litre in automatic filling stations. Such cheapness was last seen in the summer of 2011.
18.11.2014, Tõnis OjaPM
Editorial: the earnestly agricultured Estonian
As prices drop the farmers are getting the creeps. Already, some are on loan payments holiday granted by bankers. Should the low linger, next year will thin the weaklings out. Laying entire blame on Russian food ban ain’t right – global market went into decline long before Vladimir Putin had the idea to forbid Western groceries.
05.11.2014, Andres EinmannPM
Russian investors have arrived in Estonian property market
Due to economic instability and increased risks in Russia, a part of Russian investors have turned to the Estonian property market where they are mainly looking for real estate that provides cash flow, managing partner at the commercial real estate division of 1Partner Kinnisvara Tanel Tarum said.
Folks fed up with sales calls
«Hello! Can you spare a moment? We’ve got this offer …» Once a month or more, nearly half in Estonia get a call like this from some salesperson – and they wish it would stop.
14.10.2014, Tuuli KochPM
Store area in Estonia reaches ceiling
Consumers hardly anywhere treated as nice as in Estonia, says Tallinna Kaubamaja group chief Raul Puusepp.
13.10.2014, Kadri HansaluPM
In July industrial production increased
According to Statistics Estonia, in July 2014, the production of industrial enterprises rose 2% compared to July of the previous year. The production increased in manufacturing and energy, while in mining the production decreased.
Editorial: look further than a few years
Work capacity reform, the new coalition’s initial bone of contention, should not be rushed with. The practical aspects ought to be thoroughly considered. Let’s not forget, also, that regionally the conditions for getting to work – public transport, jobs on offer, willingness and ability of local governments – greatly vary. Overlooking such small yet vital details, the reform cannot be of expected benefit.
Kristi Täht acquired operations of Marat
Estonian entrepreneur Kristi Täht acquired the operations of textile company Marat with nearly 90 years of history and heritage.
Tallinn Central Market bought by controversial figures
For half a million euros, Harju County Governor privatised plot under Tallinn Central Open Air Market to Turukaubanduse AS, a company owned by Andrei Polištšuk whose father Vadim Polištšuk – once chief of said market, a man who ordered assassination of vice mayor over it – had possession of buildings on the lot, privileging him to privatise land under them as judged by Harju County Court. Harju County Government says land sales price was €433,780.
21.04.2014, Andres ReimerPM
Tallinn abuzz with black banned baton business
Around the harbour, foreigners are being sold telescopic batons. For buyers, «no entry» into Estonia may result.
17.02.2014, Irina KablukovaPM
Quick loan market quite wild
The local quick loan market involves a dozen companies or so. Mainly, these fall under the SME-category with turnovers of a couple of million euros.
14.11.2013, Tõnis OjaPM
Ministry minded to restrict electricity market
Entrepreneur suggests Finnish-linked price ceiling for electricity exchange, ministry of economy cautious.
03.07.2013, Andrus KarnauTC
Põhja-Tallinnas avas uksed uus siseturg
Sitsi tänaval, kunagises Balti manufaktuuri sauna hoones avas uksed siseturg, mis kannab nime Sitsi Market.
11.11.2010, Uwe GnadenteichT24
Väikekauplused ostavad kaupa hulgilao asemel supermarketitest
Prisma Peremarketi kaubandusdirektor Sari Hujaneni sõnul on viimasel ajal sagenenud juhtumid, kus nii väikepoed kui kohvikud ostavad oma tooteid hulgilao asemel Prisma kauplustest.
05.11.2009, Eger Ninn