Handbooks for doing business
Handbooks for Doing Business are easy-to-use interactive guides for those who want to start or are already doing business in Lithuania.
This country, full of young people, ambition, energy, skill, and talent, is equipped with Europe’s fastest internet connection and rapidly growing startup ecosystem.
Get a job or find an employee in Lithuania
Full of responsible, challenges driven employees, Lithuanian working environment is set to boom with innovative ideas and solutions.
Starting a startup in Lithuania
At the end of last year Lithuania boasted nearly 400 startups – a proof of best conditions possible for startups ecosystem.
Opening affiliates and representative offices
The procedure of legal entity’s affiliate or representative office is simple in Lithuania.
Business mergers and acquisitions
Buying business that is already in operation represents less risk and no need to wait until the business will gain momentum, safer investments.
Opportunities in Lithuanian market
Lithuania may be small in terms of size, but has gained world-wide importance in a wide range of sectors.
Lithuanian exporters database
A free of charge online tool designed for foreign companies that are looking for a reliable partner in Lithuania.
Partner search and matchmaking support
If you are willing to find a business partner in Lithuania, we will help you.
Lithuanian scientists aim to be at the forefront of the new breakthrough in medicine
Lithuania has more than enough potential to become one of the leaders in the biotechnology field. This is the conviction of Agnė Vaitkevičienė, the head and the co-founder of the first and so far the only producer of individualised advanced therapy medicinal products (ATMPs) in the Baltic countries. According to her, medicines developed according to the needs of each patient are the future of medicine, to which Lithuania also contributes.
Business has more than one Everest
Origins of Lithuanian kids wear brand Mummymoon should be traced in Norwegian fjords, Vėjūnė Unikauskienė, Director of Trinity time UAB, company that owns this brand, joked.
March Design Studio: how Lithuanian minimalism conquered one fourth of the world
Abroad, in particular in Scandinavia, France, Italy, and even Japan, the March brand is considered to be the guarantee of aesthetics and quality.
Why Lithuania becomes a meeting place for science, business, education and research
Established in 2008, Santara Valley is now a rapidly expanding area of business intelligence, medical and research institutions where highly qualified employees and scientists create knowledge and products of the highest quality and are able to offer them to their partners all over the world.
Lithuanian linen found popularity even among selective Japanese
In the Interior Lifestyle exhibition in Tokyo, to which Lithuanian companies were brought by Enterprise Lithuania, Jūratė.eu participated for the first time, though the company is not a newcomer on this market. For nearly 15 years, this Lithuanian company has been exporting dresses, handbags and home textile to Japan.
Lithuanian amber jewelry, beer, bread crisps, unique perfumery products, baby food, diary and many other Lithuanian-made products will be showcased at the upcoming China International Import Expo (CIEE). In total, 18 Lithuanian companies will present their products and services of clothing, accessories, food and beverage products in more than 160 squared meters area on 5-10 November.
Lithuanian startup Oxipit was crowned the winner of Pitch Challenge by Johnson & Johnson Innovation winner at Life Sciences Baltics on 27 September. A startup that uses AI to diagnose cancer beat out 9 other startups in the Pitch Challenge which consisted of four minute pitches and Q&A session.
Lithuania has been gradually becoming one of the high tech centres in the region – the country has defined a goal to become the most attractive European country for the development of the life sciences sector by 2030. On 26 September, during Life Sciences Baltics, the largest international life sciences forum in the Baltic countries, Lithuanian Minister of Economy Virginijus Sinkevičius presented perspectives for the development of the Lithuanian life sciences industry.