Fireside chat: Building a smart and self-sufficient state with Kaja Kallas
Join us for a fireside chat with the first-ever chairwoman of the Estonian Reform Party. You will hear first hand about the decisions Estonia needs to take to keep pushing forward and also, where the international business community plays into that.
This fireside chat will be moderated by Paul Keres, Advocate of the Year and Board Member of the British-Estonian Chamber of Commerce.
We start the evening by gathering at the British Ambassador's Residence with welcoming drinks from 16:00 and kick off with the fireside chat from 16:30.
Kaja Kallas will share her thoughts in conversation with Paul Keres, followed by Q&A and High Tea.
We will finish the official part with the handover of a charity cheque to Tartu Women's Shelter to help their cause in supporting women suffering from violence in their homes.
16:30-17:30 Fireside chat with Kaja Kallas, moderated by Paul Keres
17:40-18:00 Tartu Women's Shelter
18:00-19:00 Dinner & drinks
There are only 9 seats left for this evening!
The price for BECC Sterling & First Class Members is 25€
The price for BECC Business & Small Class Members is 35€
The price for Non-Members is 45€
More about Kaja Kallas:
Kaja Kallas is an Estonian politician and Chairwoman of the Estonian Reform Party.
She is currently a Member of the European Parliament elected from Estonia and belongs to the Group of the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe. She has previously worked as an attorney-at-law and been a Member of the Parliament of Estonia, where she chaired the Economic Affairs Committee.
In the European Parliament, Kallas works on the Digital Single Market strategy, energy and consumer policies, as well as on the relations with Ukraine. Kaja is a proponent of innovation and frequently emphasises that regulations can not and must not hinder technological revolution.