INTA and the International Relations office of the City of Tallinn, capital of Estonia, have given delegates of the INTA32 Congress in Riga, Latvia the opportunity to participate to a Study Tour around Tallinn.


Why Tallinn:
•    Tallinn is positioned for the second time on the list of the most important intelligent communities (Intelligent Community Awards de New-York)
•    According to a publication from fDi (Foreign Direct Investment), Tallinn is the second economically most potential city in Europe and the sixth most attractive city for foreign investment (European Cities & Regions of the Future 2008/09)
•    Tallinn will be European Capital of Culture in 2011

Members only

Programme (pdf)
Presentations (ppt)
 


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