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The Art of Digitalisation

E-Estonia Briefing Centre

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Welcome to The Art of Digitalisation, a podcast brought to you by one of the most digital countries on earth, e-Estonia. Directly from the heart of the e-Estonia secret headquarters. Or briefing centre as we actually call it. In every episode, we bring you digitalisation experts from across the globe, sharing their expertise and advice on how they transformed businesses, governments, and more, using innovation through technology. Whether you’re taking your first steps on your own digitalisat ...
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The Bright Planning Marketing podcast is a digital marketing podcast for small businesses, whether you're a startup or established brand. Join marketing strategist Catherine Campbell as she dives into marketing and public relations topics that are on the minds of start-ups and established brands everywhere. From timeless proven strategies to hot topics, the Bright Planning Marketing Podcast covers: email marketing, social media marketing, mobile marketing, messaging and brand positioning, we ...
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Nieuwsblad Transport is de krant voor professionals actief in transport en logistiek en is een uitgave van ProMedia Group.
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A show about purposeful growth for the marketing community. Connecting with marketing leaders to explore how they’ve found success in delivering growth for businesses, teams and careers. Hosted by Michael Fasciano, an integrated marketing, brand and global content leader. Tune in for learnings, insights, inspiration and community
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Extended one-to-one interviews with the key people in the industry. Find out their tips for career success, and peek behind-the-scenes at their workplace. Candid, thoughtful and reflective - a chance to share the insight of those at the very top of their game. Presented by Paul Blanchard.
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Archetypes Podcast

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The Archetypes Podcast was developed by Viergelyn Chery-Reed and TiElla Grimes, two soul entrepreneurs born and raised in Boston, Massachusetts. The Archetypes Podcast is a eclectic platform for sharing collective experiences about our multidimensional identities. A space to explore self-empowerment through voice, visibility, representation. A space that merges making meaning and soulful conversations about ones “Soul Wellness”, in respects to what it looks like to live life well. A space fo ...
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A podcast exploring how Design Leadership is evolving and maturing as a business discipline, the implications on Design Management, Design Education and the role of Chief Design Officers and Executives. With a focus on in-house design teams our guests are Design executives, directors and CDOs from around the world who have dealt with evolving design to support and have impact within large-scale business. Your host Martin Dowson is a Design Leadership Coach and Interim Design Exec with over 2 ...
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This time we focus on educational transformations and innovative approaches to integrate technology in learning environments. Taavi Kotka, Estonia's first Chief Information Officer, discusses his initiative "Unicorn Squad." Initiative that aims to encourage girls in Estonia to pursue education in programming, robotics, and technology. Anthony Kilco…
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Explore transformative education through technology, featuring insights from Sten Kapten of Estonia's Ministry of Education and Research, Kevin Emeraldi, COO at GovTech Edu Indonesia, and Lauri Haav, CEO of kood/Jõhvi. Discover how Estonia and Indonesia are leveraging AI and digital solutions to enhance learning experiences and prepare students for…
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The latest podcast episode delves into global digital infrastructures and the implementation of a unified EU digital wallet initiative. How countries like New Zealand admire and seek to emulate Estonia’s digital advancements to potentially transform their own digital landscapes by 2040. Yogesh Hirdaramani, a senior reporter from GovInsider, discuss…
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In this podcast episode, we delve into the topics of digital democracy, gov tech and digital visionaries. More than 80 countries and more than half of the world´s population will go voting this year. But why has Estonia, since 2005, been one of the only countries with nationwide I-voting? Toomas Hendrik Ilves, Former President of Estonia, shares th…
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We start the new podcast season with a little twist of the format. With our hosts, Digital Transformation Advisers Erika Piirmets and Carmen Raal, the talk still revolves around digitalisation. Still, we'll bring you more practical international examples worldwide and exciting news from govtech and innovation. Listen to the episode and hear: Skaidr…
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In the first episode of 2024, we're thrilled to have Andres Raieste, Senior Vice President of the Public Sector from Nortal, as we dive into the world of digital government services. Andres, with his background in shaping Estonia's digital government initiatives, offers insights into this field. We explore the journey from traditional to digital se…
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We end this year’s podcast season with a bang – as we bid farewell to 2023, it’s time to reflect e-Estonia’s journey of the digitalisation landscape. We’ve outlined categories and nominees across various fields and the time has come to reveal the winners of each category. Trends, milestones and lessons learned both from the public and private secto…
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Dive into Estonia's digital transformation with a green twist in this podcast episode. Kädi Ristkok from Cleantech Estonia and Kaidi-Kerli Kärner from PwC discuss how Estonia, as a tech-savvy nation, unifies its digital governance with ambitious environmental goals, setting a new standard in sustainable development. From innovative case studies to …
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In this episode we’re joined by Alyse Schwartz, Executive Vice President and Head of Account Management for Digitas, a full-service digital agency for connected brands. Alyse has worked with some of the most recognizable accounts in the world, including Coca-Cola, Delta Air Lines, L'Oreal, Verizon Wireless, BlackRock and FIS. Alyse is also a certif…
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Chris Gillespie is founder and CEO of Fenwick Media, a studio for uncommonly clear writing and design – backed by research. Chris began his career in sales and marketing at B2B and technology companies, such as AT&T and Marketo. He’s a unique mix of business strategist, creative writer and entrepreneur. We sat down to discuss trends in marketing an…
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Is a long, boring brand message stunting your growth? Jeffrey Pease is an expert in cutting your brand messaging down to grow your business up. He founded Message Mechanics to help businesses simplify their positioning to drive growth. His marketing career kicked off in top firms like Business Objects acquired by SAP and Oracle, where he created th…
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Zach Rozga shared his entrepreneurial growth journey as founder and CEO of Thece, a streaming platform for the Gen Z gaming community. Zach is a serial entrepreneur and marketing veteran who observed during COVID that media behaviors were changing and accelerating. His conclusion: Gen Z and gaming was maturing as a massive opportunity for relations…
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Matt Cross leads Growth Marketing, Social and Community at Knotch, a content marketing intelligence platform and consultancy. If you’re a member of Knotch’s content marketing community, Pro’s and Content, you’ve likely seen Matt in action. Matt has also worked in roles at tech startups, and even as a trained chef. We sat down to discuss how testing…
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Zach Foster recently joined the pod to discuss trends in brand strategy, building flexible A-teams of marketers, modern approaches to research and more. Zach is founder of Foster Brand Strategy, a strategic collective helping brands and agencies use agile research and insights to shape brand strategy that sticks. Zach has led strategy teams at top …
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For this episode we’re joined by an incredible marketing and content strategy leader who I’ve admired through my career. David Brown is SVP and Head of Strategy at Knotch, a content intelligence platform, consultancy, and community. David’s leadership track record is impressive – having played executive leadership roles at Ogilvy, Meredith Corporat…
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Our latest podcast episode, as well as the month of October, is dedicated to cybersecurity and raising awareness of cybersecurity. And who would be a better expert to tackle this vast and complex topic than Gert Auväärt, the head of the Cyber Security Centre at the Information System Authority. With extensive international experience in the Ministr…
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In this podcast episode, the hosts discuss various aspects of digital transformation, particularly in the context of Estonia's experience. They explore digitalisation's efficiency and cost-saving potential, the challenges of measuring its impact, and the importance of focusing on quantitative and qualitative assessments. Helping to navigate this br…
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Born in Australia, Jen traveled to New York City to work at Razorfish, becoming VP of Client Engagement, Managing Partner and then Executive Vice President and North East Region Lead. She moved to fellow Publicis Groupe agency Digitas UK at the start of 2023. She has worked with some of the biggest brands including Unilever, Citi, United Nations an…
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Working as a programme editor at both the BBC and Channel 4 News specialising in politics and international affairs, Charlie covered major stories such as the terrorist attacks on New York and London, and is an award-winning filmmaker. In 2006, Charlie joined the London School of Economics and Political Science, and became founding director of Poli…
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Steve has been involved for almost 30 years with TV, book, and video game growth, working with big names such as Viacom, Disney, and GSV Ventures—a venture capitalist firm that invests in EdTech. Now, as the CEO of Sesame Workshop, he’s leading the world-famous nonprofit educational organisation to help kids everywhere grow smarter, stronger, and k…
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For nearly 18 years, Katie has guided Guinness World Records through innovative initiatives that maintain its relevance and international esteem. She started as a software engineer and led teams in IT, marketing, to becoming SVP of Content and Product in 2018. In her most recent appointment in 2022, she has led the company’s expansion into digital …
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With over twenty years working across print, digital and broadcast media, Marc is one of the most prominent entertainment journalists in the industry. He’s served as a writer and editor for leading publications, including the New York Daily News, Us Weekly, and New York magazine, and was an on-air correspondent at E! News. In 2018, he became senior…
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Estonian and Ukranian tech partnership dates back to 2016 when Estonia helped Ukraine to pave the way for the architecture of digital government. Today, the collaboration is stronger than before, and, what's more significant, Estonia is learning from Ukraine by using the state app Diia as a base of mRiik. We discussed the strong tech collaboration …
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Sara is a leading writer and editor with expertise in science and disruptive technologies; her work appears in publications such as Scientific American, The New York Times, and National Geographic News. Sara is the author of the novel The Almond in the Apricot and children’s book, Leila’s Day at the Pool. Sara details the threat that chatbots pose …
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Sophie started off as an actor, and founded her own casting agency in 2015, working predominantly with high-end TV, film and theatre productions. She has collaborated to source talent for The Witcher and Wednesday among others, and advocates for casting more diverse talent into leading acting roles to encourage broader representation in Hollywood.S…
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Lawrence is a sought after public speaker, university lecturer, and bestselling author of several books, including "The Physics of Star Trek," and "A Universe from Nothing", which explain complex scientific ideas clearly to the general public. He’s also the host of “The Origins” podcast, which explores human experiences through science and culture.…
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Our latest podcast tackles a timely and groundbreaking topic of personalised medicine with Piret Hirv, the manager of the Connected Health Cluster. Piret, with her background as a trained nurse and experience in the Ministry of Social Affairs, brings valuable insights into the importance of private and public partnerships, the future of behavioural…
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In 2012 inspired by her son’s diagnosis, Emily founded Duchenne UK, a charity dedicated to finding a cure for Duchenne muscular dystrophy. Coming from a background in TV news, Emily shares how their successes in raising millions of pounds to support research were in part due to her understanding of the media from within and having connections to hi…
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Martin spent over a decade working for some of the biggest names in German media, including the Financial Times, Gruner + Jahr, and Capital Magazin. In 2021, frustrated with “wasting time sifting through the overwhelming ‘wild west’ news feed” and the escalating problem of misinformation – he founded the app Informed. Starting as a newsletter, he s…
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With experts from TEHIK, Katre Pruul, manager of cross-border data exchange and Tõnis Jaagus, head of the health division, our podcast hosts explore the benefits of patient portals and their impact on healthcare, discussing how these digital tools empower patients and revolutionise how they engage with healthcare providers. They also take a closer …
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Inzamam kicked off his career on regional BBC radio in 2016 before making his way into TV, covering breaking news, politics, and human interest stories. He has reported on major events such as the Manchester Arena bombing and the Grenfell Tower fire and won two awards for his pandemic coverage. Inzamam shares his experience transitioning from radio…
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Known for being one of the most influential people in the music industry with the “best ears”, Robin has been awarded 150 gold and platinum discs and has produced 44 number one hits alongside prominent musicians including Elton John, Sting, Sade, Everything but the Girl, and Boy George. Blind since the age of 16, he’s been an outspoken advocate for…
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From campaigning for Aboriginal rights in Australia in the 1960s to attempting to arrest Robert Mugabe in 2001, Peter made a name for himself over a six-decade-long career as an international human rights and social justice activist, challenging preconceptions around transphobia, homophobia, and xenophobia around the world. Peter reflects on how ac…
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As one of the foremost experts on the science of sound, Julian’s five TED talks have been viewed over 150 million times, with “How to Speak so That People Want to Listen” ranking in the top ten all-time most popular. He founded The Sound Agency in 2003, focusing on helping brands through ‘soundscaping’, which “uses sound to connect with customers o…
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Describing himself as an “accidental journalist”, John joined the FT in 1989. In the three decades since, he was Moscow correspondent in 1994 following the collapse of the Soviet Union, and led six editorial teams around the world – including Asia and Europe. As Innovation Editor since 2016, he widened the publication's technology coverage, even cr…
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Estonia is the first and still the only country with nationwide internet elections. The latest general elections in the first week of March saw a record in casting votes online compared to physical votes -... people voted through their computers. As the rest of the world is slow in joining the revolution, we invited Mihkel Solvak to explain all the…
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Schiphol kocht in 2020 IT-platform Cargonaut om van de luchthaven ‘Europe’s smartest cargo hub’ te maken. Ruim 18 miljoen euro werd uitgetrokken om het platform te renoveren. Drie jaar later wacht de luchtvrachtsector nog steeds op het nieuwe Port Community System. Wat is er aan de hand? We gaan erover in gesprek met NT-luchtvrachtredacteur John Ve…
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The government is lagging behind the private sector in its use of Artificial Intelligence (AI). In the latest podcast episode, we discuss the reasons behind it and the challenges and opportunities for the public sector with the leading AI expert and researcher, Colin van Noordt. Colin works as a programme director for AI at the digital transformati…
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Gizmodo was the first independent tech blog, which launched in 2002, reporting on technology, science and internet culture. With over 40 million actively engaged monthly readers the site is growing, with a new section focusing on the technology and business of spaceflight and exploration. David shares how his career began working at his university’…
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Outernet is an all-inclusive entertainment district in London, reimagining the musically iconic Denmark Street – where acts such as David Bowie and the Sex Pistols kicked off their careers – bringing together music, art, film, gaming and retail. Using advanced screen technology, Outernet offers a new way for creatives and leading brands to produce …
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The 3rd season of our podcast series "The Art of Digitalisation" premiers with the boss of digital Estonia - Mr Luukas Kristjan Ilves, who serves as the Government Chief Officer. His work is not building but managing a digital country Estonia, mapping the visions, strategies, and tactics necessary for Estonia's digital transformation and resilience…
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With more than 10 million monthly readers, Jalopnik is the automotive industry’s most influential publication – with news and analysis not only covering cars, but also planes, boats, trains and even spaceships. A lifelong car enthusiast, Bob has dedicated his journalism career to his love of automobiles. Starting out as a reporter at Gizmodo, he th…
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Since taking over as editor in 2018, Hugo has driven Openly’s mission to become the world’s most trusted destination for impartial LGBT+ news. Reaching Reuters’ one billion clients daily, the platform aims to uncover breaking stories and investigates the queer narratives inside major global events, typically untold by mainstream media, made possibl…
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After three decades with the BBC reporting from South Asia and Afghanistan, David's expertise was called upon by the former Afghan President as an advisor; he now consults for the Foreign Office and trains mid-career diplomats. Amongst many other accolades, his 1998 reporting from behind the lines of the Kosovo Liberation Army earned him ‘Journalis…
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Jenna Goudreau is the vice president and managing editor at CNBC Digital. Since joining the broadcaster in 2016, Jenna relaunched their personal finance site ‘Grow’, reaching 6.5 million people in 5 years, and is the founding editor of the award-winning money news website ‘Make It’, which tackles financial illiteracy and helps people navigate their…
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It's hard to find a more perfect guest for the end-of-the-year podcast than the former president of Estonia, Mrs Kersti Kaljulaid. She's a global advocate and recognized thought leader on a wide range of topics, including (cyber) security, artificial intelligence, mental health, and the well-being of women and children. But this conversation focuse…
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Jon Wardle is the director of the National Film and Television School. Founded in 1971, the Buckinghamshire-based institution teaches over 750 students and has recently opened new campuses in Glasgow, Leeds, and Cardiff. The exponential growth of streaming services has hugely increased the demand for UK creative talent. To meet this, the school off…
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Meredith Artley is the former Editor-in-Chief and Senior Vice President of CNN Digital. During her tenure at CNN, Meredith oversaw content creation, programming, and publishing across their digital properties, leading a global team of over 350 reporters, producers, and editors—and left after 12 years with CNN enjoying the world’s largest digital au…
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Amanda Groom is founder and CEO of ‘The Bridge’. The TV, film and animation company aims to “bridge” the gap between East and West, enabling mutually beneficial co-productions across multiple genres, collaborating with major broadcasters such as Sky and Channel 4. When ‘Parasite’ won the Oscar for best picture in 2020, it opened the West’s eyes to …
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Athena Brensberger is an astronomer and science communicator. Presenter of ‘Suppressed Science’ on Curiosity Stream, she founded the educational platform ‘Astroathens’ in 2016, with a mission to showcase her passion for science and astronomy to the general public. She’s already partnered with NASA, The Science Channel and Spaceport America among ot…
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