e-Residency program of the Republic of Estonia

Location: 
Golden Square CBD- South #372, 6th Cross, Wilson Garden Bangalore- 560027
Date: 
10-March-2018
Time: 
12:00 PM

We are writing to invite you to register for information sessions being organized in collaboration with the e-Residency program of the Government of the Republic of Estonia.

The e-Residency initiative is a unique and much talked about initiative, introduced 3 years ago by the North European tech-leader – Estonia, otherwise also renowned for innovative companies like Skype, Transferwise and being the only country where people can even vote online! E-Residency enables anyone in the world to use a digital ID card and access digital services to establish and manage an EU-based company 100% online!

This short video provides a good overview of e-Residency and endless possibilities that come with it! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1IxLHLEDY0Y&t=13s

On the occasion of Estonia turning 100 years old, a delegation with key representatives is visiting New Delhi, Bangalore & Mumbai in the beginning of March.

Please register for the event(s) of your choice and we will be in touch with you with more details soon after.

You can find the registration form here:  http://bit.ly/eresrequestform

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