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SEB hosted a hackathon to disrupt banking

Last weekend SEB and Garage48 teamed up to organize an open banking hackathon which ended up hosting 137 participants from Baltics, Ukraine and Sweden. During the launch of the event, 33 new ideas were pitched and 16 ideas went into development as teams were formed.

Over the following 4...

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The hackathon of Garage48 and SEB seeks revolution in digital data exchange

The open banking hackathon, organised by SEB and Garage48, will bring together fintech companies and enthusiasts from Estonia as well as Latvia. The aim of the three-day programming marathon is to test the financial services of the next generation.

Several technology companies who alrea...

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Firms looking east can bridge the gap to Estonian market

If your company is interested in expanding to eastern Europe, there are good reasons to consider Estonia. Business people in Ireland and Estonia share a positive attitude, making both tech scenes fun and collaborative. At home, TechIreland gathers the community. Estonia has a similar catch-up with the cheeky...

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Minister Breen opens ‘Ireland – Estonia Tech Bridge’ event hosted by Enterprise Ireland

Focus is on cyber-security, e-government and fintech opportunities for Irish companies

Pat Breen T.D. Minister of Trade, Employment, Business, EU Digital Single Market and Data Protection opened the Ireland-Estonia Tech Bridge event in Enterprise Ireland on Thursday 31st August 2017. 


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Minister Breen endorses Estonian links at Tech Bridge

The event marked the beginning of the Estonian delegation’s two-day visit led by Deputy Secretary General for Communications & State Information Systems Simm Sikkut and Estonian tech companies led by Enterprise Estonia.

The focus of the visit is the creation of links between Irish and Estonian tech companies and the exploration of...

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Estonia’s Paytailor raises 70K seed round

Estonian startup Paytailor has raised 70,000 euros seed round from angels in Estonia, Finland and Britain for further developing its mobile payment terminal and expansion of its sales activities. “This is a relatively small sum for fintech, but we have worked hard to compensate,” said Paytailor CEO and co-founder Rode Luhaäär, who added the f...

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Estonian Paytailor starts offering mobile payments

The Estonian startup Paytailor on April 20th started offering a mobile payments service based on near field communication (NFC) technology, informs LETA/BNS.

In addition to paying for physical goods at vendors that have the joined mobile payment platform, the beta version of the mobile wallet created by Paytailor enables t...

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Mobile payments segment fragmented

Rode Luhaäär, CEO and Co-founder, Paytailor, discusses the mobile payment terminal platform and the importance of bringing together multiple splintered payment options in one platform.

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Estonian startup Paytailor introduces a new direct payment application

The Estonian startup, Paytailor, has introduced a next generation mobile wallet that enables payments specifically between a merchant and its customer via a carrier billing without the need for a card terminal.

According to Paytailor, its solution allows merchants to collect payments via a mobile application into which the...

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