14th March 2019 @ Vaba lava, Tallinn
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The Future of Financing

Amazon, China & Robots?

FinanceEstonia Forum took place on 14th March 2019. You can view the gallery from FinanceEstonia Facebook.

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Speakers 20 Experts around the world

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  • Sophia

    Hanson Robotics Limited

  • Ravi Belani

    Managing Partner at Alchemist Accelerator, Lecturer at Stanford

  • David Chen

    Founding Partner, AngelVest Fund and Chairman, HBS Alumni Angels of China and CFO, Hanson Robotics

  • Ralph Echemendia

    The Ethical Hacker and CEO at Seguru

  • Reimo Hammerberg

    Partner and Head of Banking & Finance at Sorainen Estonia

  • Henrik Husman

    President of Nasdaq Helsinki

  • Kristjan Kangro

    Founder and CEO of Change

  • Ieva Elvyra Kazakeviciute

    PR and Community Manager for Northern Europe at Revolut

  • Andres Kitter

    Head of LHV UK

  • Kaarel Kotkas

    CEO at Veriff

  • Tom Filip Lesche

    Principal, Speedinvest

  • Kevin Murcko

    CEO at CoinMetro

  • Madis Müller

    Deputy Governor of Eesti Pank

  • James Oates

    CEO, Cicero Capital

  • Henrik Roonemaa

    Geenius.ee, Publisher and Co-Founder

  • Baiba Rubesa

    Supervisory Board member, Latvenergo AS

  • Herald Ruijters

    Director "Investment, Innovative and Sustainable Transport", DG MOVE, European Commission

  • Christopher Sier

    UK Treasury Fintech Envoy, Chairman Fintech North

  • Tomosaku Sohara

    Managing Partner at NordicNinja VC

  • Kustaa Valtonen

    Board Member, Valtonen Capital, FinEst Bay Area Development

Program The full program of the Forum

Session 1

The Evolution of Financing

Session 2

Start-upping Big Projects

Session 3

“It always seems impossible until it's done.” - Nelson Mandela

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14th march 2019 @ Vaba lava

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Venue

Vaba Lava

Telliskivi 60a, C1-building, Tallinn 10412, Estonia

Vaba Lava is housed in a former metal workshop, which was transformed into a simple and elegant steel, glass, and concrete venue. While redesigning the building, their primary concern was to preserve as much of the historic building as possible to create a symbiosis of old and new. The aesthetics of the building follows the “form follows function” principle.

It is situated in the Telliskivi creative area in the neighbourhood of Kalamaja (a subdistrict of Põhja-Tallinn) and the Baltic Railway Station. Kalamaja is a rapidly developing urban district with a potential of becoming a future cultural centre of Tallinn with a focus on new, avant-garde, and experimental work – a place where is room for taking risks in and across artistic disciplines.

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