An open market economy and progressiveness have made this Baltic country an interesting and attractive place for foreigners to live and start a career or to invest in. Estonia has the third highest start-up number per inhabitant in Europe and taking a closer look at the country, this is no surprise at all.
Estonians don’t like bureaucracy. You can easily file your tax return online in 10 minutes and register your company in even less time. Nationals speak a high level of English and Estonian businesses usually consist of small teams where young professionals are given many opportunities to develop and lead.
Most transactions can be done by phone, free wifi is widely available and Estonia is the first country in the world that has used the Internet for political voting. Estonia is a developed country with high incomes and standard of living, yet is the least populous place of Europe.
Not just the work environment is great; almost 50% of the country is covered in forests and Estonian air is one of the cleanest on the planet. Public transport is free for registered residents in the capital city Tallinn, which has resulted in a lot less traffic and cleaner air.