The “Garage48 Hardware & Arts” hackathon, happening already for the 4th time on 17-19th of February in Tartu, brings together skilled individuals all across the Baltics to build ideas into working prototypes.
The TechChill conference – one of the largest start-up conferences in the region – has concluded. 1,100 guests from 26 countries around the world participated in the event. At the event’s closing ceremony, several Latvian start-ups were invited to represent the country at the Startup Europe Awards in Brussels.
The second Riga Venture Summit, the only startup policy analysis event in the Baltics, brought together representatives from the Northern European region in Riga to discuss further priorities. The Minister of Economics used the opportunity to present a joint offer for startups, titled the #StartinLV Welcome Pack. What’s in the pack, and…
As TechChill moves onto Day 2, the conference continues to heat up. Speakers are attracting crowds on two floors, and startups are demo'ing their products in their booths. We've continued to put together highlights from the main stage.
“Startup companies is one of my priorities. The aim of the government is the restructuring of economics to make it innovative”, said Arvils Ašeradens, the Adviser of Prime Minister and the minister of economics at the opening of the discussion forum Riga Venture Summit.
The biggest tech conference of the Baltics, TechChill, is underway. We put together the highlights of day 1 of the two day conference if you couldn't attend.