This week, members of the government and entrepreneurs from Estonia, headed by Prime Minister Jüri Ratas, are on an official visit to Japan. Representatives of the Krabu Grupp are also participating in the visit.

Of Estonian enterprises, mainly IT and consulting companies participate in the event. The purpose of the visit consists in establishing relations between the two countries and searching for cooperation opportunities. For the Krabu Grupp, this visit, first of all, is information oriented. Krabu Grupp will present both Estonian and African branches and business opportunities.

Participating in the official visit to Japan
Meeting moments

“Our mission is to create mutual understanding and interaction between human beings and machines, including on a global scale. Today, Krabu Grupp is represented in Europe and Africa. We also have quite a wealth of experience working with Arab countries. Japan is a new culture for us, so we were happy to accept the invitation and join this visit. We hope that as a result we will take the first step towards building another bridge between different cultures,” said Kirill Krabu, Chair of the Board of the Krabu Grupp.

The event program involves familiarization with Japanese enterprises and the establishment of bilateral contacts. Also, within the framework of the visit, a conference will be held on sharing experience in the field of digital solutions for public administrationJapan x Estonia.

Krabu Grupp is an international enterprise, founded in 2012 on the basis of Estonian capital. The mission of the company is to create meaning and mutual understanding in relations between people, between human and machine, as well as between machines working for the sake of humanity. Krabu Grupp has developed and is actively using the FullStack+approach, which combines various areas of activity with a focus on IT services.


Kirill Krabu

CEO & Finance Manager
Strategic and financial planning, management, team leadership, marketing and business strategy, corporate communications, international contracts, risk analysis