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harjumaa business environment for global business services and supply chain sectors
companies with a tradition and successful start-ups.
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reason for investing in harju county
state and local government support for business establishment. retained earnings are not subject to corporate income tax. taxes can be fully declared online. there are a number of useful subsidies and incentives available to foreign investors.
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expand your business based on the value chain or create a completely new approach
good logistical connections and ice-free ports.
focusing mainly on manufacturing, logistics and energy.
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why harjumaa?

Harju County is located in northern Estonia, on the southern coast of the Gulf of Finland. The capital and largest city of Estonia is Tallinn, making it the largest county in Estonia in terms of population. Almost half (45%) of the Estonian population lives in Harju County, about 617,000 inhabitants.

The population and economy of Harju County are growing, and the economic growth of the region is also a major contributor to Estonia’s overall international competitiveness. The people of Harju County stand out for their entrepreneurial mindset. More than 50% of the companies established in Estonia are established in Harju County (incl. Tallinn) every year, and the same applies to the number of existing companies.

Harju County has had successful investments for two decades, from international companies to high-growth start-ups.

The economy of Harju County is characterized by the diversity of activities and the concentration of companies (for example, Paldiski, Keila, Saue, Harku). The economy is strongly influenced by the county centers and the proximity of the state capital (Tallinn).

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Success stories
woola
Woola
Woola is an Estonian company that produces residual wool bubble wrap that can be used to pack delicate items. Approximately 90% of wool produced in Estonia remains unused. It makes about 153 tons of wool a year, ending either in a landfill or underground. Recently, Woola also won the title of newcomer of the year at the Estonian Startup Awards.
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Tallinna Sadam
The Port of Tallinn has an ambitious plan to develop a hub for the Baltic Sea green infrastructure in Estonia together with its partners, which would contribute to Estonia's climate neutrality goals and increase the country's competitiveness. The best ways to convert ferries to hydrogen are also being sought, and cruise ships will be offered the ability to refuel in the Old Port.
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glamox
Glamox
Glamox is a leading supplier of lighting solutions for professional buildings, providing the perfect solution for schools, healthcare, commercial and commercial buildings, shops, hotels and restaurants. We are proud to present the two Luxo product families that have been awarded the Red Dot Diania Awards in the product design category.
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our advisors

Uus Ly
ly lepik
industrial investment advisor
ly.lepik@heak.ee+372 56 782 056
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anneli hansen
director of regional development in northern estonia
anneli.hansen@eas.ee+372 502 3379

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