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Posted by floss
on 2 Jun 2016
We would like to move to Estonia to start an environmentally friendly camp site. How complicated are the rules for being self employed out there?
Cayley on 2 Jun 2016 - 15:13
Hi floss,

Although Estonia is not yet a popular expat destination, the country presents some good entrepreneurial opportunities. 

Where will you be moving from?

EU nationals are able to work in Estonia without a work permit, but need to obtain a residency permit within 30 days of arrival in the country. 

Read more about starting a business in Estonia on the state portal's site.
 

floss on 2 Jun 2016 - 16:27
we are british but have lived in france for the last 14 years and want to do something new
Anonymous (not verified) on 3 Jun 2016 - 15:34
I heard estonians saying that it is very difficult to start a business in Estonia. But that was some years ago. Please consider the climate.:-)

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