the secrets of rapid growth and the sale of the Estonian company to the world

Start-up company FitSphere investor Ott Kiivikas.Photo: Liis Treimann

Äripäev Radio’s Friday morning program focuses on rapid growth and development. We are talking about the backgrounds and fast-growing companies of the multiple gazelle title, one of which can be owned by any radio listener. There is also talk of how the chocolate manufacturer reaps the benefits of scientific collaboration.

On Friday morning, OttS Kiivikas and Paavo Siimann, investors of the fast-growing health food industry, Erik Mesikäpp, one of the founders of the three-time gazelle company IseKallur, and Indrek Vainu, head of AlphaChat’s

Morning interviews and news bring presenter Rivo Sarapik and news editor Anete Hela Pulk to the audience.

Radio Day continues with five programs:

10.00-11.00 “Content Marketing Show”. By sending out, we will make it clear what health insurance is increasingly being included in the employee motivation package, whether it is in competition with public health insurance and what the benefits will be in addition to compulsory occupational health checks.

Südameapteek has provided its employees with a Confido health solution, and Hels Mikkal, the pharmacy’s human resources manager, shares their experience – where did the initiative come from how to sell the idea of ​​investing in employees’ health to the management and which they used as a basis for choosing the insurance package. Mihkel Luigas, Head of Health Solutions and Insurance, says Confido about what is covered by insurance and what is not.

The show is hosted by Mai Kroonmäe.

11.00–12.00 “Äripäev on air”. The high price of electricity and the government’s efforts to reduce the impact of the price shock on consumers have provided the most news in Estonian news this week. Although opposition politicians say there are quick and easy solutions, government parties say they are missing or at least extremely difficult to reach agreement on. Where could the line of compromise between Central and Reform run?

Journalists Karl-Eduard Salumäe, Kristjan Pruul and Allan Rajavee are looking for answers to this and other questions that have appeared in the news this week on Äripäev radio.

12.00-13.00 “Focus: The European Economy”. Europe is in the throes of an energy crisis, which is reflected in all the world’s publications. At the same time, Russia is fueling a conflict on the Ukrainian border and putting pressure on Europe to comply. Member States are looking for solutions to both problems.

Where should the European Union focus on resolving the energy crisis? What happens to the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline? What is the atmosphere in Brussels at the time of the negotiations with Russia? Is there likely to be a major military conflict in Ukraine?

We are talking about these issues with Riho Terras, a Member of the European Parliament.

The show is hosted by Martin Teder.

13.00–14.00 “Fast and Angry”. Raul Saks, the CEO and one of the owners of the long-established clothing manufacturer Marati, is visiting the program focusing on fast-growing companies.

We talk about how Marat has been revived, what has brought growth, how the company has been managed and product developed, what management principles Germany has applied, what are the biggest challenges and much more.

The show is directed by Anete Hela Pulk.

15.00–16.00 “Health News”. This year’s first show is a little different than usual. We bring to the audience the discussion of the annual conference “Medicine 2022” aimed at doctors on December 8, which was subtitled “Out of the Mask”. The conference was held for the 12th time and traditionally focused on plans for both the coming and the coming years, as life must move forward despite the effects of the coronary pandemic. However, how can we cope with the growing shortage of doctors and nurses in a situation where the oldest of them are already in their 90s and the future of hospitals is confusing?

This topic was discussed at the end of the day in the discussion “Labor Force Problems in Hospitals and GPs”, which was attended by Le Vallikivi as a representative of GPs, Anti Kalda as a representative of UT, Katrin Rehemaa, Secretary General of the Anneli Kannus. The discussion was moderated by Kadi Heinsalu, Editor-in-Chief of Medical News.

The show was edited by Violetta Riidas, Medical News Editor.

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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