The aim of the study was to map the satisfaction of relevant parties with the current Estonian startup ecosystem. The study focused on the satisfaction with the services of and support from Startup Estonia from the viewpoint of various support organisations as well as startups.
The target groups of the
study were divided into two main sub-groups: startups and startup ecosystem
support organisations, which included among others incubators, HUBs,
consultancies and public sector support organisations. During the period from September to November Civitta Estonia conducted the study, which included
qualitative and quantitative information collection methods.
This survey was conducted in Estonian, executive summary is available in English.
Between June and November 2018 the Center for Applied Anthropology of Estonia conducted an anthropological research aimed at investigating the "Future Founder" journey.
The wider approach of our study dealt with the questions of how to develop the interest in entrepreneurship and digital competencies among children and adolescents. More specifically, our focus was on the field of cyber security and knowledge, skills, and attitudes that potentially encourage young people to become founders of startups.
This research was conducted in Estonian, executive summary is available in English.