Category: Knowledge base

  • Media Scope Group Behavioral Methodology – FAQ

    Media Scope Group Behavioral Methodology – FAQ

    The Media Scope Group Behavioral Methodology distinguishes itself from commercial social science research, marketing and polling in four key ways. 1. A behavioral focus Why behavior and not attitudes? The human world is the totality of our behavior. Whilst attitudes are important, most problems – and certainly those that our clients face – are manifested […]

  • Tax exemptions for scholarships and formal education expenses paid by Estonian company

    Tax exemptions for scholarships and formal education expenses paid by Estonian company

    Are expenses related to the formal education at university considered as exempted from tax or taxable (including non-resident)? Expenses to cover level studies are justified if the employer needs a specialist with such a qualification in order to fulfill his/her goals. Coverage of the cost of tertiary education by the employer is seen as a normal […]

  • What happens when the campaign is for something that really matters?

    What happens when the campaign is for something that really matters?

    There are many measures that define the success of a communication campaign: correctly fulfilling the client’s brief is often the first hurdle, thereafter popular feedback from the viewing public is a good marker, and finally some sort of formal recognition from the industry, such as a marketing award, is often regarded best of all. But […]

  • Pickup locations for the e-Residency kit

    Pickup locations for the e-Residency kit

    What is the e-Residency Pickup location? Pickup location for the e-Residency kit is the official point where you can get your e-Residency kit. Generally, most Estonian embassies and consulates act as e-Residency pickup locations. However, not all diplomatic posts can act in that role. Below, you can see the list with embassies and consulates where […]

  • The Estonian Digital Nomad Visa

    The Estonian Digital Nomad Visa

    The Digital Nomad Visa of Estonia was approved by the Riigikogu (Estonian Parliament) on June 10, 2019. This event opened new opportunities for entrepreneurs, digital nomads and even tourists across the world to do business and work in Estonia, without being Estonian residents. What is this and why it matters? Some of the biggest advantages […]