FICE – Foreign Investors Council in Estonia is a lobby group acting on behalf of the Austrian, British, Danish, Finnish, German-Baltic, Holland, Norwegian, Swedish and French Chambers of Commerce, Business Clubs and Marketing Offices in Estonia. Together, the nine countries represented in FICE account for almost 80% of the total foreign direct investments in Estonia.
LATEST NEWS & EVENTS
FICE,TOGETHER WITH AMCHAM, SEND A LETTER TO THE PRIME MINISTER OF ESTONIA AND RIIGIKOGU FACTIONS
On May 6, Foreign Investors’ Council in Estonia, together with AmCham Estonia Talent & Education Committee, sent an official letter to Prime Minister Ratas and Riigikogu Factions on the topic of talent and foreign work migration. READ MORE
FICE MEETING WITH MINISTRY OF ECONOMIC AFFAIRS AND COMMUNICATION FEBRUARY 2020
On 12th February 2020 FICE team was meeting Kristi Talving, Kaupo Reede, Külli Kraner and Andres Kikas from Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communication.
FICE MEETING WITH KAJA KALLAS, LEADER OF REFORM PARTY 30.01.2020
Foreign Investors’ Council in Estonia had an honour to listen Kaja Kallas, the leader of Reform Party, who gave her vision and introduced her ambitions for business in Estonia to our member chambers.
FICE MEETING WITH MINISTER OF FOREIGN TRADE AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY JANUARY 2020
On 21st January 2020 FICE chairman Heikki Mäki, vice-chairman David Bailey-Lauring, treasury Peter Thomsen and FICE secretary Kaidi Tepaskind were meeting Kaimar Karu, Minister of Foreign Trade and Information Technology in Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communication.
FICE SEMINAR WITH EAS AND MINISTRY OF SOCIAL AFFAIRS 28.11.2019
FICE organised seminar together with EAS and Ministry of Social Affairs on 28th November at 16:00 – 19:00 at e-Estonia Briefing Centre. READ MORE
FICE MEETING WITH ADVISERS TO THE MINISTER TO THE MINISTER OF FINANCE 30.10.2019
On 30th October 2019 FICE chairman Heikki Mäki and FICE secretary Kaidi Tepaskind were meeting Kersti Kracht and Kristel Menning, Advisers to the Minister of Finance Martin Helme in Ministry of Finance.