"When I hear about Schrodinger's cat, I reach for my gun."
Why research quantum computing? Because it has the potential to substantially speed up computations, revolutionizing what computers can and cannot do (in practice).
Why learn quantum computing? Because quantum algorithms require thinking which is completely different from everything our classical-physics based experience prepares us for.
There are about a dozen working proposals for quantum technologies which can be exploited for computation; the "quantum computer" is just ~6 of them. The different technologies will have impact on different industries — materials, pharma, chemicals, logistics, AI — and in different ways, making it difficult for everybody (including experts) to make even half-way sensible predictions when which industry will experience what kind of impact.
The ubiquitous over-hyping, generated by the need to attract private and public investment, doesn't make it easier either.
As far as I can tell, only Ketita Labs offers management consulting on quantum information processing in Estonia.
I'm not aware of any quantum computing events in the near future in Estonia.
Contact me if you know of other quantum computing events in the near future in Estonia!