E-stonia, the most connected country in the world


Short presentation

In Estonia, almost all public services are available online. Overview of e-services, with the E-briefing center.


The goal of e-Estonia Briefing Centre is to inspire global policy makers, political leaders, corporate executives, investors and international media with the success story of e-Estonia and build links to leading IT service providers.

Contexte (territory issues, targeted audience)

Estonia is considered one of the most digitally developed countries in the world: almost all public services are available online. Voting in local or national elections from your computer, receiving digital prescriptions on your smartphone, starting a business from home, on the internet. In Estonia, these innovations are part of the normal daily life of citizens. According to the Estonian government, 99% of public services are accessible online. The only administrative acts that require “travel” are weddings, divorces, and real estate transactions.

Actions implemented

The e-Estonia Briefing Centre is an executive centre and an innovation hub in Tallinn, specially designed for experiencing the e-state of mind. Established in 2009 as an NGO, it is today part of Enterprise Estonia and has an integral role in e-Estonia brand and country promotion.
We present the e-Estonia concept and act as coordinators between G2G, B2G, and B2B relations. We host presidents, ministers, high-level decision-makers from the public and private sector, investors and international media.

Other information

Project's start year : 2009


e-ESTONIA Briefing Centre (Company, Private structure )
Valukoja 8
11415 Tallinn