Members of the British-Estonian Chamber of Commerce gathered on the 14th of March at SEB Innovation Centre to decide on the new leadership of the Chamber for 2018-2020.
Five new board members were chosen in addition to the three board members who were voted for at the previous AGM in 2017.
The board consists of:
As its first activity in the new makeup, the Board will be carrying out a trade mission to Leeds & London in April 2018.
The British-Estonian Chamber of Commerce helps businesses overcome limitations to growth. The UK and Estonia are in a unique position to benefit from each others strengths and the Chamber acts as a bridge between the two business communities.