Radio Morning: Entrepreneurship in the Winds of War

Paavo Nõgene, Chairman of the Management Board of Tallink Group. Photo: Liis Treimann

In the Thursday morning program of Äripäev Radio, we will review the latest results from the Tallinn Stock Exchange and ask how business is doing during the war.

According to Eesti Pank’s review of financial stability, the ability of companies to repay loans will deteriorate somewhat as a result of the war. Madis Müller, the President of the Central Bank, reports on which sectors are hit the hardest and what is the health of the Estonian financial system.

In a telephone interview, Igor Rõtov, General Director of Äripäev, asks Natalya Mõkolska, an expert on strategic change in Ukraine, how the country’s business is doing during the war. In an interview, Mõkolska, who previously held the position of Deputy Minister of Economic Development and Trade of Ukraine, also explains the phenomenon of Volodymyr Zelensky and compares the governments of Ukraine and Russia.

On Thursday, Eften’s third real estate fund, Tallink and Arco Vara, will report to the shareholders on the results of the first quarter. Miko-Ove Niinemäe, CEO of Arco Vara, will come to the studio, explaining the prospects of real estate development in the conditions of rapid input price inflation and forecasting what price a home buyer should pay for a square meter of an apartment in Tallinn in the autumn.

At the end of the morning program, we will call Paavo Nõgen, Chairman of the Management Board of Tallink Group, who will give the audience an overview of the shipping company’s progress at the end of the coronary pandemic. We also ask whether the launch of the City Hall project could bring to the agenda the agreement reached with the city of Tallinn before the coronary crisis.

On Thursday morning, host Janno Riispapp and news editor Rivo Sarapik will help you wake up.

The day continues with four programs:

10.00-11.00 “Content Marketing Show”. AS Stallion has been paying attention to cyber security for over a quarter of a century. While viruses were a pastime at the turn of the century, over the years they have developed into a separate industry with unprecedented amounts of money.

In the program, Priit Rebane, Stallion’s Head of Business Operations, and Ahti Akel, Chief Technology Officer, will show how companies can best protect themselves from cyber attacks and why they should have a different password in each environment and device.

The show is directed by Mark Kitayev.

11.00–12.00 “In the focus of Äripäev”. This time we will focus on the Estonian cosmetics industry and its prospects. We talk about intense competition and trends in the field of cosmetics, exports, the challenges of Estonian cosmetics manufacturers, the impact of various crises and much more.

Eva-Maria Õunapuu, CEO and owner of JOIK, and Carmen Kibur, brand manager of D’Difference, are visiting.

The show is directed by Anete Hela Pulk.

13.00–14.00 “Lesson”. The program takes a look at the newly developed interactive online training ordering guide and talks about how the organization is ordering training and which should be given more attention in order to have a high quality and effective training.

The program also provides answers to the questions of why the quality of training is important, what is good training and a good trainer, how to order training wisely and how to completely reduce it.

The interactive web guide will be introduced by Kaija Kumpas-Lenk, Development Manager of the Estonian Higher and Vocational Education Quality Agency, Katri Samarüütel, author of the guide, and Polina Miina, Opera’s training manager, who will represent the client on the program. The lessons learned will be summed up by Katre Savi, EPALE MEP for the European Adult Education Online Environment.

The show is hosted by Helen Roots.

15.00–16.00 “Information asset hour”. The Consumer Protection Act Amendment Act enters into force on 28 May. In this case, we will talk about what changes await Estonian entrepreneurs and consumers.

We will find out how society influences the behavior of consumers and businesses and whether consumer rights need to be strengthened, for example from the perspective of digital services.

At the level of the law, the purchase of so-called reviews will soon be regulated, and companies must be able to prove that the reviews have not been purchased, but have been provided by customers who have actually used the service.

Mari Anne Valberg, a lawyer from the law firm TGS Baltic, and Kristina Jerjomina from the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications are talking about the amendments to the Consumer Protection Act in the studio.

The presenter is Eve Noormägi, the project manager of the commercial law information resource.

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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