we are looking for happiness in work, real estate and cryptocurrency

Real estate analyst Tõnu Toompark dissects the situation of the real estate market in the morning program.Photo: Andras Kralla

Äripäev radio’s Friday morning program is actively discussing real estate, cryptographic assets and work happiness.

There is a relentless struggle in the Estonian real estate market, where on the one hand buyers are definitely trying to reach a deal, but on the other hand, developers do not want to lose money against the background of rising construction prices. Tõnu Toompark, an expert in his field, helps us orient ourselves in the real estate world.

Cryptographic assets have not disappeared and are more likely to win new ones. As it will soon be possible to buy and sell the most popular cryptocurrencies through the telephone application of Eesti Pank, we will explain together with the investor Jaak Roosaar what dangers and opportunities may arise in the market.

Everyone deserves happiness, not only in their personal lives but also at work. We talk about work happiness and its creation in the conditions of a coronary pandemic with occupational accident researcher and trainer Tiina Saar-Veelmaa.

The morning program will be hosted by Äripäev’s journalists Ken Rohelaan and Rivo Sarapik.

The show day continues with the following shows:

10.00-11.00 “Content Marketing Show”. Digitization does not always mean switching from paper and pen to a computer. Every company has digital solutions, but they must be able to use them effectively to achieve business goals. How to plan things so that all digital tools keep up with the times? Why did the COVID-19 pandemic give a lasting impetus to digitization? Are there any obstacles for companies to reorganize their business during a pandemic? How can Net Group contribute to digitization? Anders Abel, Member of the Management Board of Net Group, answered these and many other questions. The conversation will be moderated by Mark Kitayev. The show was broadcast for the first time this spring.

11.00–12.00 “Äripäev on air”. In the program that spans the week, we live on the Tallinn Stock Exchange, where an interesting autumn becomes even more interesting and investor Toomaski is so anxious with IPOs that he is forced to change his mind at the last minute, ie still mark Hepsor. We are trying to find out whether the next gold hole for loan business people could turn out to be a hole in the ground, ie whether there is anything suspicious in the ESTO quick loan business.

We cut into politics and ask what will happen to the government – the Minister of the Environment has been replaced, the Reform Party is fermenting. We are debating whether the 200-nation climate agreement in Glasgow is a success story or a piece of paper. We are analyzing whether German Chancellor Angela Merkel made a mistake in the migrant crisis in her dealings with Alexander Lukashenko, who the European Union does not consider to be the legitimate president of Belarus. Let’s find out what land it is: once a Sumorian state, it became a rallying state, now a fencing and tennis state. The studio has Äripäev journalists Eliisa Matsalu, Rivo Sarapik and a host Neeme Korv.

12.00-13.00 “Focus on the European economy”. In the opening show of the second season of the European series, we will pay attention to the billions of euros that will come to different regions of Estonia in 2021–2027 through funds. Why is it that in Ida-Virumaa and other remote areas, both entrepreneurs and local governments get stuck asking for money from the Structural Funds and writing projects? We are also looking in depth at what hinders mutual understanding in the countries of the European Union and why cohesion often remains a slogan in real life. The program will feature Yana Toom and Marina Kaljurand MEPs. The presenter is Äripäev’s journalist Neeme Korv.

13.00–14.00 “Fast and Angry”. This time, the head and owner of the drilling and blasting company Voglers Eesti OÜ is Viive Tuuna, whose journey in the company began as a Swedish translator and accountant.

We talked about the company’s activities, expansion plans, recreational blasting, competition, the sector in general, technology and innovation. You can also find out the reasons for the rapid growth. The show is directed by Anete Hela Pulk.

15.00–16.00 “Health News”. November is Men’s Health Month and this time the show is dedicated to men’s health. We are talking about prostate cancer, because Estonia, together with Latvia, is leading the deaths from prostate cancer throughout Europe.

Indrek Alas, the head of the urology department of the West Tallinn Central Hospital, talks about how the disease is found and treated. The show is hosted by Violetta Riidas. The program is supported by the West Tallinn Central Hospital.

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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