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Articles tagged “estonia”

Tourism Marketers Enter Wait-and-See Mode to Avoid Tone-Deaf Campaigns

Tourism Marketers Enter Wait-and-See Mode to Avoid Tone-Deaf Campaigns

Rosie Spinks, Skift

Tourism marketers can't run their campaigns as usual right now. But that doesn't mean they can't do anything. The challenge lies in finding the right tone — and the right timing.

3 weeks ago

Airbnb Automates Tax Reporting for Hosts in Tech-Savvy Estonia

Airbnb Automates Tax Reporting for Hosts in Tech-Savvy Estonia

Ott Ummelas, Bloomberg

Airbnb's quest to settle knotty taxation issues around the world continues apace as the company gears up to go public.

1 year ago

Estonia’s Alcohol Tax Hikes Have Been a Buzzkill for Tourism

Estonia’s Alcohol Tax Hikes Have Been a Buzzkill for Tourism

Ott Ummelas, Bloomberg

It doesn't make sense to discourage taking a ferry to stock up on alcohol since it's likely a gateway to future overnight stays. Tourism may be a casualty in Estonia's war on alcohol abuse.

2 years ago

Estonia Is Ready to Create New National Airline if Existing One Is Shut Down

Estonia Is Ready to Create New National Airline if Existing One Is Shut Down

Jari Tanner, Associated Press

When you combine the EU's competition rules with the pride that drives a nation to support a failing carrier you get nothing but confusion that only a bureaucrat could love.

5 years ago

Now Estonia’s just showing off: Baltic nation opens car charging network

Adam Vaughan, The Guardian

Despite its size, Estonia has pushed hard to be perceived as one of the more forward-thinking nations and this latest feat only improves the country's position far ahead of most rivals.

7 years ago

8 years ago