Danish-Estonian Chamber of Commerce

Newsletter (week 13) April 1, 2010
In This Issue
May - Football Tournament
21/4 Business seminar
Job Offers
News from others
Membership Benefits
Danish-Estonian Chamber of Commerce
a non-profit organization established in 2007. The purpose of the organization is to support economic relations between Denmark and Estonia, facilitate networking and  keep the members up to date with relevant news.
Happy Easter!
The spring has finally arrived and it's already time to paint the eggs, find the Easter Bunny and prepare the grilling equipment as well as get ready for garden works. The days have become longer, so we have more time and energy to spend outside, attend different events. There's a lot coming up, so stay tuned and be active to take the most of it.
Happy Easter Holidays!
Merli Lindberg
Pan-chambers Football Tournament 2010 
Date/ Place: May 21st or May 22nd, 12:00-21:00, A le Coq Stadium, Tallinn
football8 major international chambers of commerce have decided to join forces in organizing a grand sport event to compare the fitness level of the chamber members. Last autumn, we had a friendly football match with the Swedes that we won! This time we will face 7 other teams  - Americans, Brits, Finns, Germans, Spaniards, Swedes and a team from the Int Junior Chamber of Commerce. It shall not be an easy road to heaven, but we'll try to make it anyway.
The captain for our team is Tommy Jensen, who will be responsible for registrations of team members. Tommy has been in Estonia exactly for one year responsible for Strait Air Tallinn and has played football in Denmark at a descent level (!). Please take in touch with Tommy at or give him a call at 520 0922. He'll be giving extra information about the whole tournament, set up the team, organize friendly matches prior to the big day.
More information on the BIG DAY will follow.
Seminar "Online marketing benefits to legal entities"
Date/ Place: April 21st, 17:00-19:00, Kaval-Ants tavern, von Stackelberg hotel (Toompuiestee 23, Tallinn)
There have been several online marketing seminars taking place in recent times. Have they fulfilled your needs on knowledge and answered your questions on how to actually proceed? We have in cooperation with the Spanish and the Danish Estonian Chambers of Commerce, organized a seminar where the speakers have agreed to make it in wood and paint it in red, as goes an Estonian proverb. Simple, comprehensible and doable.

* David Llorente (founder of WTC Internet Marketing), over 12 yrs of experience with companies all over the world;
* Henrik Aavik (founder of A Veebipartner), long-term experience in marketing, IT and PR;
* Martin Palmet (founder of Caotica), passionate about internet marketing solutions; background of PR, media and technical sciences, engineering;
* Villu Arrak (CEO of Hill&Knowlton Eesti), background from Skype; graduated from State University New York on mass media and communicaton.
NB Participation free of charge for members of all international chambers of commerce and includes snacks and drinks. Registration is open till April 19th. Once registered, refusals are accepted till April 19th, not-showing-up penalty fee is 200 EEK.Registrations and additional info 
Job offers
Head of Administration needed for the Danish Embassy in Tallinn.
A full-time position as of June 1st, 2010. Excellent command of English and Estonian are required, knowledge of Danish or any other Scandinavian language is a clear advantage. Deadline April 15th, 2010. Read more about the job offer and conditions from here. For further information please contact Mr Sven Bjodstrup, tel +372 630 6400 or e-mail
Customer Service Representative needed for Arvato Services Estonia O.
A Danish and English speaking person is needed for the position of customer service representative who's tasks are to communicate with incoming phonecalls, e-mails, collection and maintenance of customer data, clarification of customer requests by phone. Read more about the job offer and conditions from DECC website. For further information please contact Mrs Nele Laas, tel: +372 610 0323 or e-mail
News from members and other organizations
MAQS Law Firm informs that there have been changes made in the Danish Company Law. Read specifically about the changes from here.
April 7th, 10:00-13:00, Tallinn
The Europass Center and Estonian Qualifications Authority
are inviting to a seminar on "Company Competitiveness and Qualified Labour". The event is free of charge and is held in Estonian. Read more.
April 8th, 9:00-11:00, Tallinn
American Chamber of Commerce in Estonia invites to a business breakfast "Tallinn 2011: Opportunities for Businesses in Estonia" with guest speaker Mikko Fritze from Tallinn 2011 Foundation 2011. Participation fee 250 EEK. More information here. 
April 8th, 19:00, Copenhagen
The Estonian Embassy
is inviting to a literature evening to meet with an Estonian poetess Kristiina Ehin. Event is FOC. Registration needed at or call to +45 3946 3070.
April 16-17, Riga, Latvia
International Junior Chamber of Commerce invites to a business conference and matchmaking event "Baltic Spark" in Riga. Target participants are small and micro size companies searching for partners and business contacts on the Baltic market. Read more about the conference from
May 5-6, Szczecin, Poland
Copenhagen Institute of Technology invites to the International ICT-conference organized by Copenhagen Wireless and Mobile Consortia, NordICT Network, and Szczecin Univerisity. Read more from here. For additional information contact Iwona Windekilde from Copenhagen Institute of Technology (University of Aalborg) at or call her to +45 9940 2520.
  • Next DECC council meeting will take place on April 26th. In case anyone would like to suggest a topic or make a proposal to be discussed, please feel free to contact and inform us about it.
  • Fredags' bar takes place in Hell Hunt. Everyone's welcome to join!
  • Foreign Investors' Council in Estonia (FICE) will soon have meetings with the Prime Minister of Estonia Mr Andrus Ansip, and with the Minister of Education and Research, Mr Tnis Lukas. In case any of the members has a topic that should be brought up with the ministers, please inform us about it. We are here to lobby for you!
  • The Nordic Council of Ministers has decided to nominate Sofi Oksanen with the literature prize of 350 000 DKK for her book "Cleansning" that talks about Estonian history. That is her 3rd novel, ranked number on bestseller for fiction Finland when it was published in 2008.
Membership benefits
  • Arigato Sports Club has made a fantastic offer to keep both our body and mind fit. Special offer for DECC members. Read more. 
  • Good, quality Italian wines offered by Marco Iovino (Livonian Wood O). Wines come from family-owned wineries from the area of Verona in the north of Italy and Sicily. Prices starting from 5€/bottle. Download pricelist from here. More information available from Marco Iovino tel 5391 1919 or e-mail
  • Special offer from Kalvi Mis Hotel who is celebrating their anniversary on April 8th. Read more here.

Contact Info
Manager of the Chamber, Merli Lindberg, Tel: +372 5024006 Skype: merli.lindberg