Peeter Rebane, family businesses and Estonian population trends

Entrepreneur and filmmaker Peeter Rebane. Photo: Veiko Tõkman

Entrepreneur and filmmaker Peeter Rebane will visit the morning program, with whom we will talk about the film industry and how easy it is for the filmmakers from Estonia to succeed in the world and how his new film “Firebird” will be in the world.

We are talking to Allan Puuri, a professor at Tallinn University, about the trends of the Estonian population. How many people will live in Estonia in 10 and 20 years’ time and how big an aging population will be.

Brit Mesipuu, head of the advertising agency Milos, has completed a survey on the social media behavior of the Estonian population. We talk to him about the results of the study and whether the use of influencers in marketing works.

We will also talk to the owners of Saemeistri and Inmedias Resi, which are among the TOP 10 family businesses, with whom we talked about their success, the roles in the family business and the quality label that builds trust for the family business as a consumer. Both family businesses in the top ten shared what are their most pressing concerns and how they have achieved significant turnover growth in recent years.

The morning studio has news editor Ken Rohelaan and presenter Hando Sinisalu.

The show day continues with four shows:

10.00-11.00 “Content Marketing Show”. Luku-Ekspert, also known as Vonk, is a company that offers charging options and solutions for electric cars. The charging network is not necessarily dependent on market leaders. Everyone who installs a public charger contributes to Estonia’s charging infrastructure. Vonk’s development manager Kudres Lääts and sales manager Riho Ever share practical experience and talk about the market situation of electric cars and the condition of charging networks.

The show is directed by Mark Kitayev.

11.00–12.00 “Äripäev on air”. Kristjan Pruul, Urmas Jaagant and Karl-Eduard Salumäe, journalists from Äripäev, will discuss the liberalization of the labor market, the new coalition in Tallinn and the most important economic news of the week.

13.00–14.00 “New Earth Real Estate Show”. People have become more conservative and cautious when applying for and buying a home loan, and the mother-father’s country house is no longer generally offered as collateral, confirm Anne Pärgma, Swedbank’s head of housing loans, and Diana Allik, broker of Uus Maa Nord.

By sending, we explain the content of loan products and provide an overview of the risks prevailing in the market for the home buyer. We will also talk about possible restrictions and examine how the bank takes them into account when making loan decisions. In addition, the duration, amount and interest of the average home loan issued by Swedbank are revealed. The show is hosted by Lauri Leet.

15.00–16.00 “Gold Fund”. At the beginning of each year, many of us make promises – who will allow us to start swimming, who will eat healthily and who will run a marathon. Arkadi Popov, the head of the West Tallinn Central Hospital, and Neeme Somma, the head of the anesthesiology and intensive care clinic, who collapsed a year ago when they came to a health race, have come to talk about such life-changing promises and the related physical effort and health. Dr. Somma talks about personal experience and Dr. Popov comments on what happened as a doctor. The show is hosted by Violetta Riidas. The show was broadcast in February this year.

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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