Radio morning about the energy crisis from the point of view of the minister, producer and consumer

The CEO of Nordic Milk OÜ, Ülo Kivine, will talk in more detail on Monday about how much money the company has been able to save with alternative fuels.Photo: Raul Mee

In the Monday morning program of Äripää radio, we analyze the energy crisis with the help of the consumer, the producer and the minister.

The Minister of Economy and Infrastructure, Riina Sikkut, analyzed the possibilities of lowering energy prices in Brussels together with her European colleagues. The minister will report on which road map was put in place and when Estonian entrepreneurs could expect relief. The head of Eesti Energia, Hando Sutter, talks about the impact of European plans on the state company’s operations, and also learns whether, like its competitors in the Nordic countries, Eesti Energia needs state aid under the avalanche of fixed contracts.

In order to reduce costs during the energy crisis, the dairy group Nordic Milk invested in the use of alternative fuels in addition to gas. In the morning program, CEO of Nordic Milk OÜ Ülo Kivine explains how much it has benefited and what message the company has for decision-makers.

We unravel the most important events in the financial markets of the beginning of the week together with Jaan Martin Raigi, journalist of the stock exchange editorial office, who also explains the decisions of central bankers both here and on the other side of the ocean.

Radio morning is brought to the listeners by Janno Riispapp and Kristjan Kurg.

10.00-11.00 “My career”. Today, Olympic Entertainment Group operates in seven countries, and therefore the company’s employees have the opportunity to work in a multicultural company as well as pursue a career within the company in many different countries. The company’s excellent employee satisfaction survey results and the exciting developments of the last year are discussed in the program by Olympic Entertainment Group board member and HR director Helena Evert and OlyBet’s marketing director Liina Liiv.

The show is hosted by Kadrin Kahu.

11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. “Hot seat”. It doesn’t happen very often that an entrepreneur who has secured himself financially decides to become a teacher, but Sulev Sisask did just that. Sisask, who has just found a buyer for his life’s work, Ord’s computer business, teaches physics at Jõgevamaa high school and wants to devote himself to this profession in the future.

In the show, we investigate how a person who has achieved success in business sees the situation in the Estonian educational landscape.

Sulev Sisaski is interviewed by Karl-Eduard Salumäe.

The show is hosted by Karl-Eduard Salumäe.

12.00-13.00 “Obscure Economy”. Soaps have also been a good obscure example in marketing history where the sponsor has become synonymous with the thing being marketed. You will hear how it went and why the popularity of soap operas is declining today in the show.

Host is Linda Eensaar.

13.00-14.00 “Uus Maa real estate show”. Tallinn’s apartment market is cooling down and has become slower. The show examines the purchase and sale of residential real estate.

The real estate market in the vicinity of Tallinn and the development opportunities there are also discussed. It also looks at how long an apartment or house could be for sale and what the sales times have been in recent months. Uus Maa analyst Risto Vähi and Maakri office professional broker Meelis Paldre are visiting.

The show is hosted by Külli Kaljulind.

15.00–16.00 “Lavajutud”. First, you will hear the performance of service coach and trainer Elina Ojastu, which was recorded at the service conference held at the end of April this year. He talks about the charm and pain of different roles in customer service and how people can manage themselves more consciously, how to make roles work to their advantage and step out of them if necessary.

You will also hear from social media experts Boost Yourself and the founders of the Nullist marketing school, Sven Nuum and Teet Torim. The performance was recorded at the social media conference held at the beginning of June this year. They highlight the most common mistakes businesses make on Facebook and Instagram and give practical advice on how to avoid them.

Listen to Äripäiv radio in Tallinn and Harjumaa 92.4 MHz, Tartu 97.7 MHz, Pärnu 91.9 MHz, Haapsalu 96.0 MHz, Saaremaa 101.7 MHz and Ida-Virumaa 94.6 MHz.

You can find the listening link and weekly schedule here.

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