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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?
Anonymous (not verified) 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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