Dirk Singer has spent over two decades in the UK digital media industry and has founded two successful agencies from scratch.
When the referendum results came in, he already had his e-resident ID card in his pocket and is now running a company in Estonia parallel to the one in the UK.
In two years since the official launch of the e-residency program, Estonia has accepted almost 17,000 applications.
He hopes that new measures that have been introduced recently, or are to be introduced in the near future, will help boost the program even further.
Local banks Swedbank and LHV Bank are already conducting the first trials to test how video interviews can replace the process of walking into their branches.
E-residency also benefits from the growing number of companies that have built their businesses around the concept.