the new bank, the Amazon wealth, Russian transit and public relations

Janek Mäggi (right) will discuss in the morning program whether Estonian communication companies should represent and advise Russian companies. Photo: Liis Treimann

On Thursday morning, we will talk more about Amazon and doing business there in the morning program of Äripäev radio.

Amazon businessman Mihkel Moosel talks about how to make money selling Amazon by selling your business successfully and what reefs rule that way. The English-language book by Estonian educator and spirituality teacher Ingvar Vilido ranks first in the United States in four categories. We also talk to Ingvar Villido about how to sell books on the US market and what the Amazon experience is.

The sanctions imposed on Russia have had a significant impact on the transit business. Marko Paats, head of Operail’s sales department, talks about how to deal with the loss of the Russian business and how to replace it. We are also examining his views on the government’s planned measure to support transit companies. We are discussing with Janek Mägg, the head of Powerhouse, whether Estonian communications companies should represent and advise Russian companies. We are talking about the future of banking with Veikko Maripuu, the head of Finora Pank, who has just received a banking license.

The show is hosted by Hando Sinisalu and the news is broadcast by Ken Rohelaan.

The Äripäev radio program will continue with the following programs:

10.00-11.00 “Content Marketing Show”. It is also possible to be responsible when organizing events – as an alternative to a disposable plastic container, Eesti Pandipakend has created a system for renting reusable containers. In addition to the pledge cup and dish, knives and forks will be added to the selection this year.

In the program, we will talk about the costs to the organizer of the reusable claim system, what the cooperation between Eesti Pandipakendi, the organizer and the caterer looks like, how much plastic waste can be prevented by renting, and hear who is successfully moving towards a zero-waste event.

The program will feature Kaupo Karba, CEO of Eesti Pandipakendi, and Kerttu-Liina Urke, Communications Manager. The show is hosted by Mai Kroonmäe.

11: 00-12: 00 “Under the Magnifying Glass”. This time, the question is why the judge in the process was removed from the important proceedings, how the top head of the tax office fights for his reputation, what the lives of Ukrainians who have fled to Estonia have become and what plans the state has for building housing for refugees. The show is hosted by Marge Ugezene.

12: 00-13: 00 “Digital revolution in trade and industry”. In this show, we are talking about cyber security. The guest guests are Einar Laagriküll, SMIT’s Deputy Director of Basic Services, and Allar Bernard, Orkla’s Head of IT Services.

In the program, we will talk about why work and private life must be kept separate in IT equipment, whether it is safe to go to e-shops and social media with a work computer and how big is the risk that international cybercriminals will also attack Estonian companies. The host is Hando Sinisalu.

13.00-14.00 “Car stories”. This year’s show is dedicated to British cars, the car industry and car culture. Britain was once one of the most powerful car industries in the world. There is not much left of this glory to this day, although the British car enthusiasm is bubbling the old way.

The presenter of the presenter Karl-Eduard Salumäe is the car blogger Uku Tampere.

15:00 – 16:00 “Information asset hour”. In the program, we will talk about the digitization of personnel work, the selection and implementation of personnel software. We also study how to successfully implement new software in the company. The studio has Maarit Vabrit-Raadla, who is the development manager of people management and development software at Sinulab OÜ. The program will be hosted by Eve Noormägi, editor of the information resource, and Külli Gutmann, personnel consultant of Talentor Estonia OÜ and editor-in-chief of the personnel management information resource, will help to ask questions.

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 a listening link and a weekly schedule from here.

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