Raivo VarePhoto: Andras Kralla
In the morning program of Äripäev Radio on Tuesday, we will listen to a better understanding of the energy market, the importance of the conflict in Ukraine, the content of Estonia’s next unicorn and the most important actors and events in the investment landscape.
We are talking about the energy market with Priit Lepasepa, who is the founder and CEO of Sunly. Sunly has excelled in investing in the renewable energy market.
Observer Raivo Vare helps to dissect the importance of the conflict in Ukraine and its effects. We will discuss with him the consequences of geopolitical decisions for businesses in the region.
The environment of Estonian start-ups and the hardest players here are also gaining international recognition. However, it was a surprise to many that Gelato, co-founded by an Estonian, reached the next unicorn milestone, ie one billion dollars. Signe Sillasoo, the leader of the FoundMe portal, which reflects the activities of start-up companies, opens the activities and potential of the eighth unicorn in Estonia.
Kristi Saare, who was awarded the title of Investor of the Year in 2021, explains to the audience what were now the most important investment acts of the last year and who are running for the title of Investor of the Year this time. We also ask Kristi Saari what the investor should pay attention to in the future.
The morning program will be hosted by presenter Ken Rohelaan and news editor Anete Hela Pulk.
Radio Day continues with four programs:
11.00–12.00 “Investor Toomas hour”. The program will be attended by Marek Randma, Head of Baltic Equity Analysis at Swedbank, who will summarize last year on the Baltic Stock Exchange and highlight the biggest surprises for him and the analysis team. We are also reviewing the forecasts for this year for all the companies covered. Randma will indicate in the program which shares have been recommended by their analysis team and which have been recommended for reduction. The show is hosted by Jaan Martin Raik.
12.00–13.00 “Names on the sales board”. This time, Martin Vendla, one of the most successful real estate brokers and real estate investor in Estonia, is visiting the village. Dominate Sales partner Andres Kiviselg talks to Martin about his career in sales. Also from the experience and lessons he has gained during his 10-year sales career. We will find out what are the basic skills, techniques and tools that have quickly made Martin one of the best real estate agents in Estonia, and what you should do and monitor if you want to take your sales to the next level.
We will also talk about the role that regular sales training and the continuous refinement of one’s skills have played in Martin’s career, and what is meant by the principle “Are you interested or committed?”.
13.00–14.00 “Construction news on the air”. Andres Salusaar, Chairman of the Management Board of Embach Ehitus, and Ahti Kala, the company’s project manager in 2021, will share their experiences in the first construction show of the year.
We study how broadcasters look at the previous year and what price increases are expected in the current year, both in terms of construction input prices and construction contracts. Let’s look at how to cope with the rapid rise in prices and how builders are concluding contracts in these volatile times – will fixed-price construction contracts go down in history? We also ask how the negotiations with the contracting authorities have changed compared to before and which are mainly the subject of longer-term disputes.
In addition, we also discuss the reputation of builders and ask the builder of the year whether, in his opinion, good builders are sufficiently recognized in Estonia, and also what helps the construction manager to reach the top. The show is hosted by Lauri Leet.
15.00–16.00 “Turismitund”. What could the future bring to Tallinn and the Old Town tourism? According to Joosep Vimma, the new deputy mayor of Tallinn, who brings tourism pop-up– or pop-ups for a new breath of the old town and also a new target group.
Ryan Jenkins, who is the CEO of Den Eesti and Waypoint Tallinn, which organize city tours for cruise tourists, will also be on the show. We will discuss how to redesign the business environment of the Old Town to make it an attractive place for foreign and domestic tourists. We will also talk about how to disperse cruise tourists in the city and what should be shown to guests in Tallinn besides the Old Town. In the last part of the program, guests will talk about why they are not in favor of a tourist tax and discuss the issue of reducing VAT on restaurants. The show is directed by Gregor Alaküla.
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