Estonia’s biggest digital agency, ADM Interactive has been operating on the local and international markets for more than 20 years. Its solutions have won awards for their effectiveness in the national Digitegu competition every single year. The company has been one of the highest-earning Estonian agencies for many years.
ADM creates digital solutions that help companies achieve their business objectives and improve people’s lives. Such services include organising campaigns, developing and maintaining websites and devising strategies and tactics. The company is capable of developing everything from ordinary webpages to large-scale online sales and self-service solutions for both mobile and Internet.
ADM’s biggest clients include a number of international technology companies as well as digital and advertising agencies. It also works with companies that are well known on the local market – Amserv, Telia, Swedbank, SEB, LHV, G4S, Toyota, Coop, the Kaubamaja Group, ID.ee/Smart-ID (SK ID Solutions) and Lux Express – as well as the Ministry of Finance, on the e-residency project, with Enterprise Estonia and a wide range of other companies, government agencies and organisations.
This cluster unites Estonian creative companies, which currently include ADM Interactive, Age McCann, Division, Nexd and Elevaator. It was set up with the aim of promoting exports, the education of talented youngsters and the emergence of start-ups in the creative industry by joining forces and pooling resources.
Founded in 1991, Age McCann is the oldest creative agency in Estonia. It forms part of the world’s biggest advertising chain, the McCann Worldgroup. Its biggest clients are Viking Line, Telia (Diil), Liviko, Viru Keskus shopping centre and Alexela. It’s won more awards than any other Estonian agency in the past three decades, including the titles of Advertising Agency of the Year in 2015 and Design Agency of the Year in both 2017 and 2019.
One of Estonia’s oldest and most legendary advertising agencies, Division has been on the scene for more than 20 years. It’s the country’s best-known brand-builder and works with some of its market leaders, including Saku, Swedbank, Salvest, Tallegg, Jägermeister, Premia Foods and Omniva.
Elevator Startups are the centre of gravity for creative-tech ideas and opportunities. During the six-month programme you have the chance to create and market innovative products and services.
When it comes to public speaking, the issue’s not the speaking itself, but what you want to achieve with it. That’s what we learn and develop together.
In our work we bring together the best of traditional theatre acting classes and staging practice with years of experience in organising conferences and business events.
It’s our background, advice and encouragement which have turned dozens of prominent business people and public figures in Estonia into confident and effective public speakers.
The ECA (Estonian Centre Of Architecture) is one of the institutions implementing Estonian architectural policy. It’s also an inspiring venue for seminars, training sessions, receptions and other events.
The aim of the ECA is to integrate architectural knowledge and competence into other fields in society, contributing to the development of and innovation in fields linked to architecture. Its mission is to promote and foster Estonian contemporary architecture and urban construction, to raise awareness of architecture and to gather, exchange and disseminate architecture-related information within the country and abroad.
The goal of its founders is to cross borders (in both the social and cultural sense) in order to reach new audiences, operating at the local, national, regional and global levels.
This marketing and communications agency operates in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. It focuses on strategy, PR and multi-faceted content creation – three areas it excels in.