Tallinn Hosting European Young Enterprise and Junior Achievement Competition ({{commentsTotal}})

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Tallinn is hosting a large international student firm competition that will feature top junior achievement startups from 38 countries, with 200 students. 

While on Wednesday, each company's representative delivered a four-minute presentation introducing their respective company and was interviewed by a jury behind closed doors, today is fair day at Viru Keskus shopping center.

One of the more outside-the-coop ideas that will be exhibited at the Young Enterprise and Junior Achievement Europe (JA-YE) is a Luxembourg student firm that provides chicken rentals, ETV reported: hens can be tracked by webcam with the eggs from that specific chicken delivered to the customer every week.

Estonia is represented at the competition by TEAMO from Õismäe's Russian Lyceum, the country's first national student firm winner from a Russian school. The company holds Estonian and Russian language interaction courses for children aged 6-10; 200 children have participated so far. 



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