Danish-Estonian Chamber of Commerce

Newsletter (week 48)December 2, 2010
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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.
Welcome to Danish Christmas party on Friday, Dec 10th!

First advent is history, the second is on the way. Just before the third we shall have an excellent opportunity to celebrate Danish Christmas with typical Danish delicacies, good friends, Santa Claus and an entertaining nanny for children. Great News! It is still possible to sign up for the event using the registration form here. Click to: Danish Christmas.

The Danish Christmas party is organized together with the Danish Cultural Institute, includes therefore more typical Danish virtues this year than ever before. All members, families, friends and wanna-be-friends are invited and warmly welcomed.

See you all at the Christmas party!christmas decorations
Merli Lindberg

* NB! Before your calendar is fully booked for Christmas, please book the Danish-Estonian Chamber of Commerce's Christmas party for December 10th at 17:00. Sign up for the event click here.

News from members and other organizations

MAQS Law Firm news:
- that there have been changes made in the Danish Company Law. Read about the specific changes from here. 
- they've put up a broshure on how to start up business in Estonia. Download here. 
- infoletter on domain reform in Estonia. Download here.

"Kilde Taani suhetest Eestiga / Danish Estonian Relations" a new book available to readers interested in Danish-Estonian relations for the past 20 years. The book is compiled by Silvi Teesalu, Director of the Danish Cultural Institute since 1990.


Where to find partners for increased export? Look through the new up to date Estonian Export Directory 2010. It includes contact details of more than 1.000 Estonian exporting companies, overview of economic situation in Estonia, and the Estonian companies competitiveness ranking 2009. All information available in English, French and German.

The Export Academy is organizing study visits to companies in Finland and Sweden next year.

* Follow the news on Danish Culture events in Estonia at Facebook - click here. 
Events calendar including events from other organizations

November 24 - December 5
Take part of the Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival. Visit the official website at www.poff.ee  or take a look at those 11 Danish movies in the program this year: Armadillo (Janus Metz, 2010), Danish Dynamite (Mads Kamp Thulstrup, Carsten Sösted 2008), Hold Me Tight (Kaspar Munk, 2010), In a Better World (Suzanne Bier, 2010), Karla and Jonas (Charlotte Sachs Bostrup, 2010), R (Michael Noer, Tobias Lindholm, 2010), Sound of Noise (Ola Simonsson, 2010), Storm (Giacomo Campeotto, 2009), Submarino (Thomas Vinterberg, 2010), Superbrother (Birger Larsen, 2009), The Apple and the Worm (Anders Morgenthalen, 2009).
December 4
The Danish Chamber of Commerce in Lithuania is inviting to take part of their Christmas event with X-mas dress-code :) Event will take place at Radisson Blu starting at 18:00, whereas Danish dishes and drinks shall be offered. Everything at special prices and no receipts! Participation 140 Litas. RSVP till Nov 29th by e-mail vita.grigaliunaite@lt.dsv.com

December 10
Morning coffee with Jim Wright, a head of training and business development (Pilgrim, UK) on "International Marketing and Negotiations Across Cultures". Event organized by BECC. Participation fee 300 EEK, please register here.

Christmas parties
Dec 5 - the Dutch Business Club in Estonia celebrates the day of St Nicolaas.
Dec 7 - the American Chamber of Commerce in Estonia is celebrating the annual Christmas party.
Dec 8 - the British-Estonian Chamber of Commerce's Christmas reception.
Dec 9 - the Swedish Chamber of Commerce in Estonia is celebrating the annual Christmas party at Meriton Grand hotel's Piano Bar (Paldiski mnt 4) starting at 18:00.
Dec 10 - the Danish-Estonian Chamber of Commerce is celebrating the annual Christmas party starting at 17:00, at Metro Plaza. Check out the invite here.
Dec 15 - the Spanish-Estonian Chamber of Commerce celebrates its annual Christmas party at Kohtu 2a, Toompea.

January 27
A dinner "How to start up business in Russia - start-up financing". An event organized together with the Russian-Estonian Chamber of Commerce (ERPP).

January 28
BECC's Burns Supper.

* Follow the news on Danish Culture events in Estonia at Facebook - click here. 

  • Next DECC council meeting will take place on January 11th. In case anyone would like to suggest a topic or make a proposal to be discussed, please feel free to contact info@decc.ee and inform us about it.

Offers for DECC members 

  • Arigato Sports Club has made a fantastic offer to keep both our body and mind fit. Special offer for DECC members. Read more from our website under "Offers for Members".
  • Good, quality Italian wines offeredby Marco Iovino (Livonian Wood OÜ). 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 www.decc.ee More information available from Marco Iovino, e-mail marcoiovino@hotmail.com
  • news2biz - a market intelligence newsletter has a special offer for DECC members: 2-months subscription FREE OF CHARGE! Read more about the offer from our website.
  • Unique Hotel is still welcoming companies, circles of friends wishing to celebrate their events at their hotels City Hotel Tallinn, Unique Hotel Mihkli, The von Stackelberg Hotel in Tallinn, Vihula Manor Country Club & Spa in Lääne-Virumaa and at their restaurants Ipanema Rodizio, La Boheme and Tricky-Ants Farm.

You want to advertise yourself or your company and its services, here's the place to do so. Free of charge for members. Contact us at info@decc.ee!


Contact Info
Manager of the Chamber, Merli Lindberg, info@decc.ee Tel: +372 502 4006 Skype: merli.lindberg