Allan Martinson

Age, Biography and Wiki

Allan Martinson was born on 8 October, 1966 in Tartu, Estonia. Discover Allan Martinson’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 54 years old?

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Age54 years old
Zodiac SignLibra
Born8 October 1966
Birthday8 October
BirthplaceTartu, Estonia

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Who Is Allan Martinson’s Wife?

His wife is Karoli Hindriks (m. 2012)

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Allan Martinson Net Worth

He net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Allan Martinson worth at the age of 54 years old? Allan Martinson’s income source is mostly from being a successful . He is from Estonia. We have estimated Allan Martinson’s net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2020$1 Million – $5 Million
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Timeline of Allan Martinson


MicroLink was also the parent of SAF Tehnika – the fastest-growing developer of microwave radio links for the global mobile telecom sector. SAF Tehnika carried out a successful IPO in May 2004, became the only listed Baltic technology stock and reached a valuation of 70 m EUR.


In 2004, Martinson teamed up with the leading Baltic investment bank Trigon Capital and launched a technology investment company “Martinson Trigon Venture Partners” (MTVP). He bought out Trigon and became the sole owner of MTVP in 2008. The company invested 20 m USD into nine companies: Russian software engineering company Reksoft, Russian computer games publisher “Novyi Disk”, cloud-to-desktop technology company “InvisibleCRM”, Finnish casual games company Playforia, next-generation online dating company “Flirtic”, Lithuanian data center operator “Hostex”, data communications operator MicroLink Lithuania, MTV franchise MTV Baltics.


Martinson was nominated for Estonia’s Businessman of the Year in 2000.


In 1999, it launched Delfi, the leading Baltic new media enterprise, which was subsequently sold to Norwegian Findexa in January 2004. Delfi still maintains the leading position in the Baltic new media market and collects over half of the internet advertising revenue in the region.


In 1998, Martinson became the CEO of MicroLink, the leading IT and technology holding in the Baltics. Launched as Estonia’s leading PC assembler, it had diversified into systems integration and internet access services. Martinson launched an aggressive expansion strategy of Microlink which was funded by four rounds of private equity placements from Baltic Investments Fund, Baltic Republics Fund et al. The company merged with or acquired 15 other companies in 1998-2000 such as Estonia’s No 2 IT company Astrodata, Latvia’s IT market leaders Fortech and VAR, 7 internet service providers (ISPs) in all three countries etc. The company became the Baltics’ leading IT services and systems integration group with annual sales of 60 m EUR and almost 600 employees. In 2005, MicroLink’s IT service operations were sold in a trade sale transaction to three Baltic incumbent telecoms.


Martinson graduated from the faculty MSU CMC (1977). He was the founder and CEO of Baltic News Service, a leading news agency in the Baltic states of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. Launched in 1990 as a startup by Estonian students in Moscow, it quickly grew into a leading regional news organization with almost 200 employees. In 1994 BNS received investments from Dow Jones Telerate and Swedish Bonnier media group. In 2001, the company was sold to Finnish Alma Media.


Allan Martinson (born 1966) is an Estonian technology entrepreneur and investor. He is the CEO of Xolo, a company serving the global freelancer community. In the past, he was the Chief Operating Officer and Chief Sales Officer of Starship Technologies, a company building robotic platforms for last-mile delivery until March 2018, and managing partner of MTVP, a tech investment company.