E-residents mostly men, business consulting most popular activity

The popularity of Estonia's e-residency program is increasing, data for 2017 and early 2018 shows. Source: e-estonia.com

The number of e-residents has grown threefold since the first quarter of 2017 while the number of companies founded by e-residents has doubled. Enterprise Estonia predicts that if the current trend continues, 2018 could see as many new e-residents as all the previous years of the program combined.

In the first quarter of 2018 altogether 7,272 applications for e-residency were submitted and 688 new businesses founded.

Editor: Dario Cavegn

Hea lugeja, näeme et kasutate vanemat brauseri versiooni või vähelevinud brauserit.

Parema ja terviklikuma kasutajakogemuse tagamiseks soovitame alla laadida uusim versioon mõnest meie toetatud brauserist: