Invest in Three Seas

Join us on 29 April 2021 to explore the Three Seas Initiative Investment Fund as a viable source of financing to expand businesses in the transport, energy and digital sector. Be part of discussions on combining public and private money to support large-scale cross-border infrastructure developments. 

Three Seas Virtual Summit 2020 in Estonia

How you can benefit from the event?

Investor's perspective

Find out what are the goals, main operating, and decision-making principles of the commercially driven Three Seas Initiative Investment Fund. How potential projects are selected and evaluated and how investment decisions are made?

Investee's perspective

Get an overview of the process from the investee's point of view - what to expect and how to be well prepared. A practical case study from the digital sector and tips from the first-hand experience.

Role of financial institutions

How combining public and private money can drive economic growth in the Three Seas region? Follow the panel on infrastructure investments featuring Europe's largest financial institutions. Panel hosted by President Kersti Kaljulaid of Estonia. 
The Three Seas region is a market of 110 million EU citizens with the potential to continue to record the fastest economic growth in Europe. By improving connectivity, we can fulfill that potential thus benefiting both the people and the businesses and offer attractive investment opportunities. 
Kersti Kaljulaid President of the Republic of Estonia

Objectives of Three Seas 

The Three Seas Initiative is designed to promote cooperation between 12 European nations and their partners.

The initiative aims to:

  • promote cooperation for the development of infrastructure in the energy, transport and digital sectors
  • foster economic growth
  • ensure energy security
  • boost Europe’s competitiveness
  • enforce transatlantic cooperation
  • achieve climate goals via smart investments

With questions regarding the event contact Uko Urb at

Register to the "Invest in Three Seas" held on 29 April 2021

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