Finnish-Estonian Chamber of Commerce (a.k.a. FECC) is a non-profit association of business executives, entrepeneurs and even large corporations interested in trade and investments between the two countries. FECC and its members act in order to create and maintain positive entrepeneural and business environments.
The French Chamber of Commerce in Estonia (MTÜ Prantsuse Kaubanduskoda Eestis) is a voluntary, autonomous and independent association of legal and natural entities formed for satisfaction of common needs and implementation of common objectives of the members.
SCCE – the Swedish Chamber of Commerce in Estonia was founded in 1991 and today the Chamber unites more than 130 member companies and organizations, all with an interest in Swedish – Estonian and international commerce, trade and investments.
DECC is open to companies, organizations and individuals from Denmark, Estonia and neighboring countries who share an interest in facilitating international commerce, are conducting business in or trade with Estonia.
Established in 2007, Norwegian Estonian Chamber of Commerce (NECC, in Norwegian: Norsk-Estisk Handelskammer, in Estonian: Norra-Eesti Kaubanduskoda) is a non-profit membership based business association for companies with Norwegian-Estonian share capital, management or co-operation.
Die Deutsch-Baltische Handelskammer in Estland, Lettland, Litauen (AHK Baltische Staaten) ist seit mehr als zwei Jahrzehnten der erste Ansprechpartner für deutsch-baltische Wirtschaftsbeziehungen.
www.advantageaustria.org is the official web portal of Austrian business abroad. It showcases Austrian companies that specialise in export and import and generates significant business opportunities. Contact your local ADVANTAGE AUSTRIA office or browse business offers by sector.
The Holland Business Club is an association of entrepreneurs and professionals in Estonia with connections to The Netherlands.The aim of the Holland Business Club is to provide members with an experienced network of individuals who have practical experience doing business in Estonia or with The Netherlands.
The British-Estonian Chamber of Commerce (BECC) was founded in 1996 as the British-Estonian Business Forum. We are a network of interests, both large and small, wishing to develop mutually supportive relationships within and between UK and Estonian business communities. The Chamber is run by the management team consisting of a CEO and an elected board who come from various backgrounds of businesses. We run around 20 business and social events per year in the UK and Estonia.
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