There are plenty of innovative ideas and good practices to go around in Estonia
The current situation has inspired many creative solutions in the meetings industry. Difficult times need a resourceful approach, and thankfully, there are plenty of innovative ideas and good practices to go around in Estonia. We are happy to bring out some of the more inspiring ideas and activities in Estonia at the moment.
Contactless conference solutions at Tallinn Creative Hub
The Creative Hub is without a doubt one of the most popular event venues in Tallinn, hosting hundreds of varied events each year. Reacting swiftly to the global situation, the Creative Hub, along with partners Miltton, Eventech, Royal Experience, Valge Klaar, and Minu Rada, introduced a video of their new contactless conference solutions nearly two weeks ago.
See more on the Creative Hub website
Virtual event solution OrangeLive
OrangeTime and Broadlive are Estonian event marketing agencies, each with over 20 years of experience. They have now launched an innovative virtual solution, using state-of-the-art technology to create successful and memorable virtual events including conferences, seminars, and entertainment events.
See more on the OrangeTime website
National Opera live streams performances
The Estonian National Opera began live streaming its opera and ballet performances at the beginning of April. In cooperation with the national broadcasting company ERR, the performances will be filmed live, and will be streamed on the national opera’s Facebook page.
See more on the website of the Estonian National Opera
Hotels in Tallinn offer private office spaces
As a truly great example of adapting to a new situation and a new demand in the market, some hotels in Tallinn have started to offer their rooms as private office spaces. This is definitely a convenient and affordable solution for those, who don’t have very comfortable conditions at home.