industry business plans and Estonian lessons for Silicon Valley

One of the accompanying guests of the morning program is Anti Orav, the head of Pipelife.Photo: Raul Mee

In Tuesday’s radio morning, we will talk about what business plans will be made by the leading industrial companies next year and what can be learned from Estonia at the epicenter of start-ups in Ränioru.

Anti Orav, the head of the building materials industry Pipelife, Meelis Jürgens, the head of the plastics industry Estiko-Plastar, Priit Salumaa, the start-up company, and Sigrid Kõiv, the project manager of Äripäev’s competition reports, will speak in the morning program.

Interviews and morning news bring presenter Rivo Sarapik and news editor Kaspar Allik to the audience.

The show day continues with the following shows:

10.00-11.00 “Content Marketing Show”. Saunas, LED mirrors, windows – these and so some other products are owned by Andres Glass Solutions. The company has been operating in the market for three decades. In the broadcast, we hear how the company started, which markets have been conquered and how the sales period was affected by the viral period. The company’s CEO Daniel Now also talks about going to the sauna and why it is not as popular in other European countries as here. The show is directed by Mark Kitayev.

11.00–12.00 “Investor Toomas hour”. Kristi Saare, the investor of the year, and Jaak Roosaare, the author of the “Becoming Rich” textbook, talk about investing in index funds. In addition, Jaak Roosaare publishes a “whack” on how it is possible to make riskier investments thanks to children. The show is hosted by Simo Sepp.

12.00–13.00 “Construction news on the air”. In the program, we will talk about the construction projects of the country’s main roads, as well as the construction of Rail Baltica, and ask how to evaluate the work done and how to ensure the high-quality and timely completion of subsequent projects in the face of rapid price increases. The former head of the Road Administration, today’s head of the Estonian branch of RB Rail Priit Sauk and the director of the infrastructure management service of the Transport Board Raido Randmaa are talking about whether construction procurements are threatened with failure due to rapid price increases.

We are investigating what has happened to the plan of the former Minister of Finance Martin Helme to use the PPP project on the Tallinn-Pärnu-Ikla highway and how much time it will take to reach the bottom of the road from the plan to build one road section.

The show is hosted by Lauri Leet.

13.00–14.00 “TU is on the air”. This time, Joonas Plaan, a lecturer in anthropology at Tallinn University and an expert on sustainable fisheries at the Estonian Fund for Nature, is visiting the village. We will hear more about what anthropology is, why companies have hired anthropologists, and why both large companies and start-ups should hire anthropologists. The show is directed by Anete Hela Pulk.

15.00–16.00 “Growing soil”. The program talks about European climate policy. How to reduce carbon emissions in agriculture, we will talk to Riina Maruštšak, Head of the Environmental Department of the Estonian Chamber of Agriculture and Commerce.

In the second half of the program, we will talk about curd cheese made in Seto and Võru counties – curd. As of June 1, there is another geographical indication in Estonia – the circle. We will talk to Tiit Niilo, the owner of Nopri’s farm dairy, and Inara Luigas, the developer and maintainer of food culture, whether it will increase consumers’ interest in the cattle and whether the cattle will now become better known. The show is hosted by Toomas Kelt.

Listen to Äripäev radio in Tallinn and Harju County 92.4 MHz, in Tartu 97.7 MHz, in Pärnu 91.9 MHz, in Haapsalu 96.0 MHz, in Saaremaa 101.7 MHz and in Ida-Viru County 94.6 MHz.

You can find a listening link and a weekly schedule from here.

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