Monday morning radio: how will the new tax bones sweep?

Raigo Uukkivi, the new head of the Tax and Customs BoardPhoto: Andras Kralla

Former State Attorney General and politician Lavly Perling, who started advising on the rule of law in Ukraine last year, will visit the morning program of Äripäev Radio.

Let’s look at how Augeias’ stables are doing – will the Ukrainian public sector manage to recover from corruption; let us make clear the local view of the tense situation on the border. What do officials, entrepreneurs, the local people think?

In addition, we will get to know Raigo Uukkivi, the new head of the Tax and Customs Board. We ask him, what has been the impact of the coronary pandemic on tax collection, what innovations does the new leader plan to make in the agency, and what awaits entrepreneurs in taxation this year?

We will also create a radio bridge in Canada and talk to Andres Kasekamp, ​​a professor and political scientist at the University of Toronto, about what to expect from foreign policy this year. A year has passed since the Capitol was attacked in the United States and the Joe Biden administration came to power. What is happening in US domestic politics, how has Biden managed in the foreign policy arena? We are debating whether Russia dares to undertake a physical attack on a NATO member state, what will be our situation in the European Union in a situation where Germany has a new chancellor and France is electing a president in April.

Juhan Lang, the head of Äripäev’s stock exchange editorial office, will also pass through the studio.

The morning program will be hosted by presenter Neeme Korv and news editor Anete Hela Pulk.

Radio Day continues with four programs:

10.00-11.00 “Content Marketing Show”. The topic of the program is factoring, ie the faster release of the so-called stuck capital under invoices with long payment terms. We are also talking about the factoring reference platform Furo. Sander Lehtsaar, the platform’s sales manager, explains why more than half of Furo’s customers are in the construction sector.

According to Uve Poom, Development Manager of SupplierPlus, which offers purchase invoice financing, the most important change in the near future will be the Unfair Commercial Practices Prevention Act, which came into force on 1 November last year. For whom the regulation is intended to protect and what opportunity it brings to smarter factoring houses, you will hear about the program.

The show is hosted by Sigrid Kõiv.

11.00-12.00 “Hot chair: Ruusalepp refutes rumors of Funderbeam’s extinction “

Last year was a difficult year for alternative investment platforms – on the one hand, there are more fresh business ideas and ambitious contemporaries than ever before, and on the other hand, the growing criticism among investors during the pandemic period is also sharper than ever. These trends have not left Estonia’s or Funderbeam, the best-known start-up platform in the early growth phase, unaffected.

Although several well-known Estonian influential investors, such as Jaak Roosaare and Madis Müür, have begun to doubt Funderbeam, the platform’s creator and leader Kaidi Ruusalepp believes that Funderbeam is extremely viable despite difficult times. Especially for those investors who want to invest in the long run.

What is Funderbeam’s position and how much room for growth does this alternative exchange have? Kaidi Ruusalepp, the head of the platform, will answer these and many other questions related to Funderbeam in a direct interview.

Äripäev journalist Allan Rajavee interrogates him.

13.00-14.00 “Industrial news on air”. In the first show of the year, Greg Grace, the head of Incap Estonia, is visiting, with whom we will summarize last year and forecast a new one. We are talking about the crisis in supply chains and raw materials, but also about the workforce and this year’s plans.

Greg Grace, who started managing Incap Estonia exactly two years ago, admits that he started in his new position at the time of the corona crisis, and the last two years have been a difficult period. We ask what this period has taught him as a leader and what the new year will be like. The show is hosted by Harro Puusild.

15.00-16.00 “Gold Fund”. In the series of evergreen programs of Äripäev radio, we recall a program that was broadcast two years ago, where we talked about studying with the Rector of EBS Mart Habakuk. The program shows what skills and knowledge an entrepreneur and a manager should both collect and direct to their employees.

There is also talk of changes in learning and the demands it places on the school, the learner and the employers. The show was hosted by Rivo Sarapik.

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 the listening link and the weekly schedule here.

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