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  • News - 21.03.2019

    Estonian small businesses are focusing on the local workforce

    2019 is looking good for contractors, since Estonian small and medium-sized enterprises (SME) are intending to keep the number of workers unchanged. Nearly 80% of SMEs do not see hiring outside workers as relevant, but on the background of overall economic optimism and a stable labour market, enterprises` enthusiasm for innovations is taking a step backwards, according to the SEB research “Baltimaade majandusbaromeeter” (Baltic Business Outlook).

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  • News - 18.03.2019

    SEB Survey: The Digital Capability of Estonia Has Not Included the Private Sector

    Despite the fact that the image of Estonia as a digital state is strong, it can be concluded, based on the recent SEB Baltic Business Outlook (BBO) survey, that the digital capability of the state has not included the private sector. Just a quarter of Estonian small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) utilise electronic platforms in their sales activities.

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  • News - 15.03.2019

    IT maintenance works at SEB on 16 March

    Due to IT maintenance works on this weekend, 16 March at 3−4 there might be interruptions in the work of SEB Private and Business Client Internet Bank, Mobile Bank and other electronic channels.

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  • News - 13.03.2019

    Record number of Estonian companies applied to the SEB Growth Programme

    On Wednesday, 13 March, the fifth SEB Growth Programme will start, where 12 companies were validated and at the same time 20 will start at the digital Growth Programme, to whom advice and suggestions in developing their businesses is given by a digital robot mentor Growby.

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  • News - 12.03.2019

    SEB survey: The optimism of Estonian SMEs is the highest in five years

    The economic growth of the Baltic countries was among the fastest in Europe in 2018, and the growth in wages and domestic demand has significantly increased the confidence of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania for the current financial year, according to the SEB survey Baltic Business Outlook.

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  • News - 11.03.2019

    SEB is upgrading their ATM network

    SEB Pank has begun upgrading their ATM network comprising 232 teller machines. The first new cash deposit and dispensing machines were installed in Harju, Tartu, Ida-Viru, and Lääne-Viru counties. According to current plans, the entire ATM network will be upgraded by 2021.

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