On May 25, within the framework of the Industry 5.0 conference, a separate club organized by the artificial intelligence and robotics center AIRE was held, where the challenges related to the involvement of private capital were opened.
Sven Illing, vice-rector of Tallinn University of Technology, invited companies to cooperate with the artificial intelligence and robotics center AIRE. Siim Nellis from Huum OÜ and Mart Suurkask from Bercman Technologies OÜ shared their experiences of involving a private investor. In addition, Jaanus Vahesalu from the Tallinn Entrepreneurship Center introduced their possibilities for business development. Annely Tank from the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications spoke about the digital investment measure aimed at entrepreneurs.
If there is a common understanding that the support opportunities for industrial companies lie in bank loans, self-financing or state support measures, there is actually an opportunity for companies to involve private capital as well.
AIRE’s financing consulting service can also be offered, the purpose of which is to help navigate various support measures and to support companies with a so-called vision of the big picture.
After a short summer break, AIRE clubs are back, you are very welcome to contact AIRE people directly to find out faster cooperation points!
We look forward to consulting you to include private capital and/or EU and state subsidies in the development of your company: