One of Tallinn's most high-profile technology business centers, the Tehnopol Science Park, opened a new incubator on August 14 aimed specifically at helping fledgling tech companies get off the ground.
The Tehnopol Startup Incubator offers 800 square meters of office space, meeting rooms and demo rooms - enough to accommodate 16 new enterprises and a total of 60 people, Tehnopol said in a release.
In addition to the physical facilities, the startups will have access to training sessions and networking events.
Tehnopol board member Pirko Kontsa said that, as global experience has shown, being located in the same space creates synergies between companies, which in turn has generated some of the world's best business concepts.
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