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Podstales desde Estonia es un podcast en el que te contamos cómo es vivir en Estonia desde el punto de vista de dos españoles. En Podstales desde Estonia os contaremos detalles, curiosidades, aventuras y píldoras de Historia sobre la joya del Báltico, Estonia, y especialmente sobre su capital y centro neurálgico del país, Tallín. Un podcast en el que el entretenimiento no está reñido con el rigor. ¡Disfruta de una visión única de un país del que, seguro, no conoces prácticamente nada! Puedes ...
 
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In the fifth episode, we talk about how to support the mental health of you and your team. For the first time in this series, we had the pleasure of bringing in two guests from a startup that's widely known for setting a great emphasis on supporting the well-being and mental health of their employees - Pipedrive. You can hear from their senior Peop…
 
After living his entire life in Chile, Jaime decided it’s time to study abroad. After he convinced his parents, that yes this university he found on the other side of the world, is right fit for him, he did a little research, packed his bag and moved to Estona. First impressions after landing - wow, this country is so FLAT! Some other memorable imp…
 
Mathilde is full of artsy vibes. She loves yoga, tattoos, travelling and Estonia. After her Erasmus year in Tallinn, she has moved away multiple times and always found her way back! Our laid back chat contained hilarious stories about sauna, 3-course eating habits in France, her first impressions about seeing Estonia's highest hill.. Stories behind…
 
Startup in Estonia is a podcast where we discuss different pillars of a successful startup ecosystem by showcasing examples from Estonia. In the third season, we are looking into how to build a successful startup. In the fourth episode, we talk about how to help save the planet & still make a profit. The guest of this episode is Sandra Särav (@sand…
 
Taavi is from Finland or a guy without land, a European citizen? Yes, he’s going to elaborate on that. He is very open about, what annoys him about Estonia and Estonians. He shares his opinion about whether Estonians actually have their own standards, whether we should accept Russian language as our national language. The pressure of today’s societ…
 
Tati was living in Brazil, when 6 years ago, her boyfriend announced, that he is going to move to Estonia. She then read from Google, that Estonia is the best place in the world, to live surrounded by beautiful women. Well after reading that, her decision was easy, she decided she won’t let him move to Estonia alone. Now she says Estonia truly is a…
 
Startup in Estonia is a podcast where we discuss different pillars of a successful startup ecosystem by showcasing examples from Estonia. In the third season, we are looking into how to build a successful startup. In the third episode, we talk about how to avoid the mistakes of first time entrepreneurs and founders. The guest of this episode is Taa…
 
Being born in Ukraine, she fell in love with Estonia and surprisingly came to learn Spanish language and literature here. She is so passionated about dancing, that, when seeing so many girls just waiting for guys to ask them to dancefloor, she decided, she’s going to learn the other side as well and now she’s giving dancing tips for men and women. …
 
Being born in Iran, having lived in multiple countries and now having lived 8 years in Estonia, Shahab says for him Estonian culture is the perfect culture! He loves speed, cars, A.I., his cat and dog and most importantly the personality of Estonians and Estonian culture in general! He is the only computer vision scientist in the whole Estonia, he …
 
Although Avery grew up in Canada, he still says his startup is Estonian - listen to his story of joining Estonian startup bubble and how he appreciates Estonian entrepreneurs supportiveness, especially how they give back to community. We also covered topics like: the Russian role on Estonia, between Estonian and South Western book salesmen, is his …
 
Startup in Estonia is a podcast where we discuss different pillars of a successful startup ecosystem by showcasing examples from Estonia. In the third season, we are looking into how to build a successful startup. In the second episode, we talk about successfully pivoting and keeping your business flexible to keep up with the market needs and beat …
 
New homes can be find through Eurovision Song Contest - at least that turns out to be true for Buluthan. He moved here from Turkey. Among learning, that he now has his own candy here, he also discovered, that Asia is not the only place, where people enjoy eating plain rice. We’ll also make a deep dive into - are Turkish and Estonian languages simil…
 
Startup in Estonia is a podcast where we discuss different pillars of a successful startup ecosystem by showcasing examples from Estonia. In the third season, we are looking into how to build a successful startup. We're going to talk to more amazing founders of startups, both large and small to hear their perspective and get some valuable advice fr…
 
While watching TV in Northern Russia, Rafiki came to conclusion, that it’s his destiny to move to Estonia! He came here with a hobby, he had started, while living in Uzbekistan - visiting all the museums around him and boy, has he been committed! 200 different museum visits in Estonia and still going strong!? :O and he really says, there’s more to …
 
Chris, our third guest, says he now feels somewhere between American and Estonian - “I'm never going to be Estonian. And I just, I don't make sense in America.” Turns out, all he needed to start taking Estonian language learning seriously, was to miss one train ride with his Erasmus friends. And thanks to singing in a choir, taking intensive langua…
 
Even though the name does sound like Estonian, our guest for today is actually from far away Mexico. Nonetheless after living in Estonia for 10 plus years now, she has loads of interesting stories and observations about both of those countries to share with us. After living in Estonia for 10+ years, she can now honestly confirm her husbands descrip…
 
Rufat feels home both at Tartu and Tallinn, but was actually born in a city of 4mil people, in Baku, Azerbaijan. We will hear how Rufat recognises Estonians on the street, how he already grew up with the love for potatoes, why the word “allahindlus” made him think all the shops in Estonia are religious! How he managed to get locked up in a local ch…
 
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