This years small craft vision seminar “Tösised jutud messis” (“Serious stories together”) which is traditionally held during Kuressaare Maritime Festival in the beginning of August focuses on “Investments to small craft building in Saaremaa”.
The seminar takes place in Spa Hotel Meri (first floor).
Moderator Jüri Sakkeus (The creator and first chairman of Estonian foreign investments agency).
Seminar is free of charge, registration here!
10.30Introduction: Saaremaa small craft building in the Baltic Sea region – Jüri Sakkeus, strategic consultant of small craft building
10.45 Small craft building in Saaremaa economy – Piret Pihel, Head of Saaremaa Enterprise Centre
11.00Accounting of small craft cluster development and new challenges for years to come – Anni Hartikainen, TUT Kuressaare College, head of Small Craft Competence Centre, coordinator of small craft cluster actions
11.15–11.45Enterprise Estonia contribution in inclusion of foreign investments: Finding the right partners and investors in a targeted country. What can local municipalities do to help Enterprise Estonia in that matter? – Valdar Liive (Finland) ja Riina Leminsky (Germany) Enterprise Estonia, foreign investments agency
11.45–12.10Team work: what kind of investors Saaremaa small craft building sector needs? – Jüri Sakkeus
12.30–12.45 Saare county’s vision of progress and connections to small craft building – Kaido Kaasik, Saare county governor
12.45-13Small craft building in Kuressaare’s development plan – Kalle Koov, Deputy mayor of Kuressaare
13–13.15University’s role in regions human capital value – Anne Keerberg, Headmaster of TUT Kuressaare College
13.15–13.30Thematical support actions from the Ministry of economic affairs and communications: production and market development – Toomas Haidak, Ministry of economic affairs and communications, coordinator of maritime development plan
13.30–14Estonian boatyard register on the map – Gerli Koppel, Ministry of economic affairs and communications, head of the maritime department