e-Residency is expanding!
With new pickup points in Brazil, South Africa and South-East Asia, e-Residency is making it easier for entrepreneurs to start and run EU-based businesses from anywhere.Become an e-resident
We’re expanding and we want to help entrepreneurs expand too
Up until now, it has been difficult or expensive for people in large parts of the world to access e-Residency. With the addition of pick-up points in São Paulo, Bangkok, Singapore and Johannesburg, it opens up opportunities for more entrepreneurs in Africa, Latin America, and South-East Asia to join our community of 90,000+ e-residents.
- Who? Most e-residents are entrepreneurs, business owners or consultants who work digitally, are location-independent and want to start and run an EU company.
- How? Applying is easy: Fill in a form online, pick up your digital ID card and start running an EU company 100% online
- Where? You can pick up your digital ID card in 45+ cities worldwide, the new locations include São Paulo, Bangkok, Singapore, and Johannesburg
Why become an e-resident?
Looking to move or expand your business into the EU?
- Enter the EU market by registering a company in Estonia
- Operate within Estonia’s transparent business environment and the EU Single Market
- Access trusted banking and payment services based in Europe and operate in Euros
Wondering how to grow your business while on the road?
- Start a company in Estonia fully online and run it remotely from anywhere in the world
- Take a minimalist approach to business and go paperless with secure digital solutions
- Easily automate or delegate business administration to expert service providers
Meet the e-residents
“We operate our Estonian company MansionTech, a global digital marketing consulting company from Brazil and Austria. We’re the perfect example of how e-Residency can support remote entrepreneurs working across borders.”
"Running a European-based company has led my clients to trust me more. My work relates to GDPR regulation compliance, so Estonia is the ideal business address."