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‘Tegus Eesti’ grant went to the Estonian Printing Museum

Posted on 26. November 2014

‘Tegus Eesti’ grant went to the Estonian Printing Museum

The ‘Tegus Eesti’ grant of €3,000 awarded by the Estonian Social Enterprise Network (SEV) and Olympic Casino went to the Estonian Printing Museum.The grant will help the museum acquire a historic sewing machine of paper sheets that will enable them expand their product range, increase exports and create new jobs."This is a unique social enterprise that is dedicated to its conservation and scientific research activities, but besides that it is also capable of producing goods that have an actual market both in Estonia and abroad, being able to finance its activities while also creating added value for the society," said Aigar Hain, the CEO of Olympic Casino, in praise of the museum.The ‘Tegus Eesti’ grant is awarded twice every year.The next application round starts in May 2015!

Captured:The leader of the museum Lemmit Kaplinski and Timmo Kuusk, Manager of Olympic Casino Tartu.