Radio morning: Repinski, a taxi driver craving financial freedom

Martin Repinski has started driving a taxi next to the work of the people’s deputy.Photo: Andres Haabu

Member of the Riigikogu Martin Repinski is driving a black Mersu taxi next to his work as an MP. His plan is to raise a total of 2,000 extra euros a month, put it all into shares, earn a hefty 20% return each year, and roll into financial freedom as a smooth engine. In tomorrow morning’s program, we will ask Repinski how he justifies his actions.

In addition, we study the teachings of the American motivational speaker Tony Robbins directly from the winged center party: what securities does he buy to enjoy such a return? In addition, we ask Repinski how he makes it a good idea for him to work as a full-time taxi driver and at the same time receive a salary from the Riigikogu.

From Tõnis Teemina, CBRE Estonia’s head of commercial real estate investment, we are researching the prospects for Tallinn’s commercial real estate this year. How tough competition for the city hall can be predicted? Which regions promise the strongest growth this year? Are the rumors that plots in the capital are running out of exaggeration?

There are, of course, more topics that will be discussed in three hours. Äripäev’s journalists Karl-Eduard Salumäe and Rivo Sarapik will make the morning program.

Radio Day continues with five programs:

10.00-11.00 “Content Marketing Show”. SEB’s economic analysts Mihkel Nestor and Peeter Koppel talk about how the global economy and changes are affecting Estonia, Estonian companies and the general public. The show is hosted by Hando Sinisalu.

11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., Triniti Ether. We are talking about journalism law and the legal dangers that lie ahead for journalists in their daily work. We will talk about how to resolve misunderstandings between journalists and sources. We also define what a letter of claim is and how common it is to sue a journalist and a publication. Guests will share suggestions on when it is wise to include a lawyer and a public relations officer.

The program also comments on court decisions related to the press from us and elsewhere, and reminds us how entrepreneurs have put pressure on Äripäev. The question of whether Äripäev has not published stories due to external pressure will also be answered.

Maarja Pild, Trinit’s sworn attorney, and Meelis Mandel, editor-in-chief of Äripäev, are visiting, who advise entrepreneurs to remain honest when communicating with the media and always take the opportunity to communicate and present their views. The show is directed by Gregor Alaküla.

12.00–13.00 “Äripäev TOP”. The topic of the show is the chemical industry. The sales revenue of Glamlac OÜ, a third-place company that produces nail polishes and care products, made growth jumps at a time when all entertainment was closed and only available in the grocery store.

The studio is owned and operated by Veronika Kookmaa and KPMG Dmitry Shevoldayev, one of the owners and managers of Glamlac. The program will be hosted by Sigrid Kõiv, a competition analyst at Äripäev Info Bank.

13.00-14.00 “Energiatund”. At the beginning of the new year, we will summarize the most important keywords of the previous year, which will affect the energy sector – for consumers, producers and politicians alike. We are talking about the green revolution, the energy crisis and the price shock, and their aftermath, and the areas that will bring breakthroughs this year.

Mihkel Annus, head of the Renewable Energy Chamber, and Marti Hääl, member of the board of Alexela, will talk about this topic. The host is Rivo Sarapik.

15.00–16.00 “Working people”. The guest of the show is the top chef and co-owner of the restaurants Moon, Three Onions and Mantel and Chimney Roman Zaštšerinski. Last spring, Roman was awarded the 5th Class Order of the White Star by the President for promoting Estonian food culture.

The show will talk about how it is possible to do a restaurant business next to three children during COVID-19. What has he done in his three restaurants to stay alive? What new skills has COVID-19 taught him? How has he maintained the relationship between himself, his wife, and his aunt? The show is hosted by Alyona Stadnik. The show was broadcast in March last 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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