Ireland and Estonia have a range of interesting business sectors. Trade and Investment links between the countries are increasing thanks to complementary capabilities, business culture and IEBN support


Ireland and Estonia both have growing, innovative FinTech industries but different areas of expertise. Multiple opportunities exist including solution sourcing, collaboration and investment

Financial Services

Ireland is the 5 th largest financial services market in Europe and post-Brexit will be the only sizeable English-speaking centre in the EU and Eurozone. IEBN would like Estonian institutions to consider Ireland as a market for fundraising and domicile


Ireland and Estonia have complimentary GBS offerings. Leading companies such as Microsoft, Couche-Tard and Malwarebytes integrate both countries in their global delivery model, others can too


Ireland is a world leader in biometric authentication and can support Estonia is its transition from a password based national ID card


Ireland is a world leader in Food-Agri. Export of ingredients, food and drink to Estonia are increasing with further opportunities existing in Estonia’s region and increased connectivity to China

Cyber Security

Ireland and Estonia both possess world-class skills and ecosystems for cyber security R&D. Malwarebytes successfully operates between Cork and Tallinn and we expect more to follow


By combining Ireland’s expertise in MedTech with Estonia’s unique e-Health and Genomics capability, there is significant potential to improve global life sciences knowledge and performance


Estonia is a world leader in e-Government services and solutions. Ireland has stated its desire to implement this blueprint, creating significant high- value links between the countries

Modular Housing

Estonia is Europe’s leader in wooden modular homes and well positioned to assist in the Rebuilding Ireland Action Plan for Housing and Homelessness