Startup Fair participant Oxipit, a Startup that Uses AI to Diagnose Cancer, Won the First Offical Investment of LitBAN
Lithuanian Business Angels Network (LitBAN), together with Co-Investment Fund “Koinvesticinis Fondas” and Startup Lithuania, after Startup Fair. Growth 2018 announced the first official investment in a Lithuanian startup. A unique investment of 100K EUR will go to Oxipit, a startup developing innovative diagnostic tools that allow to recognize cancer and other pathologies in radiograms using AI.
Patient-specific solutions for personal healthcare: just press print
Many people who are eagerly waiting for the pain to go away with their new artificial hip, jaw, teeth or even limb can secure a higher quality of life with the help of 3D printing. The personalization of health care, less painful treatment and faster recovery are opened up by personalized prostheses and medical devices. A revolution of healthcare using 3D printing is already occurring in Lithuania.
The Lithuanian National Trading House Opened in China
Today, on the 7th of June, the opening of the Lithuanian National Trading House with a permanent display of Lithuanian goods takes place in Ningbo (China). It will serve Lithuania’s business as a trading platform in China. During two years, producers of foodstuffs, beverages, cosmetics, souvenirs, home interior, furniture and other sectors will be able to present their products there.
Around 30 startups are expected at the largest life sciences event in the Baltic countries
This autumn the largest life sciences event in the Baltic countries Life Sciences Baltics will bring together around 30 life sciences startups from Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia. Early stage startups will be offered two days free of charge entrepreneurship training and top ten of them will have an opportunity to pitch their business ideas to investors and the public.
Pitch Battle Winners Revealed in Live Final of Startup Fair. Growth 2018!
Intense Pitch Battle final has just closed Startup Fair. Growth 2018 announcing and awarding eight winners.
Startups to compete for a EUR 100 000 investment at Startup Fair. Growth event
Over 6 years, Startup Fair, the main event for Lithuanian startups, has grown into a leading startup event in the Central and Eastern Europe and is becoming a key gathering point not only for startups, but also for the region’s most active investors. This week, May 16-17, Vilnius will provide Lithuanian startups with an extraordinary opportunity to gain growth momentum as they are in for not only many inspiring success stories and tips, but also a EUR 100 000 investment for the best business ideas.
Startup Fair 2018 about ICO boom in Lithuania
Lithuania is one of the first countries in the world to have successfully embraced blockchain technology. In the recent 1.5 years, this technology helped Lithuanian startups to earn a capital of EUR 500 million in an Initial Coin Offering (ICO), compared with EUR 150 million of venture capital investment attracted totally.
Come to Startup Fair 2018 and Hear What Moves Lithuanian Fast-growing Startups Forward
Statistically, most fast-growing startups do not survive the challenges of the initial three years. One path to success of startups is being an active community member and learning from successes and mistakes of other experienced businesses. However, in Lithuania institutional knowledge of managing a successful startup is only now being developed.
2012 Nobel Prize winner to speak at Life Sciences Baltics 2018
Brian K. Kobilka, MD, Professor of Molecular and Cellular Physiology and Hélène Irwin Fagan Chair in Cardiology at the Stanford University School of Medicine, the recipient of the 2012 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his work on G-protein-coupled receptors, will be the keynote speaker at the Life Sciences Baltics conference to be held in Vilnius, Lithuania on September 26-27, 2018.
Lithuania’s sector of financial technologies has something startups from all over the world are envious of
Lithuania has earned a global fame as an attractive place for establishing a business in the field of financial technologies. Foreign entrepreneurs are more active in employing such possibilities in our country than local startups. Therefore, at the event “Startup Fair. Growth”, which is the major fair for startups in the Baltic Region and the Central Europe, successful entrepreneurs and investors will share their experience and insights as to how to become a successful participant of the Lithuania’s FinTech ecosystem.
Norwegians discover Lithuania as an innovative and advanced business partner
Around 90 companies and organisations seeking to establish mutually beneficial business contacts today are taking part in the Norwegian-Lithuanian B2B meetings organised by Enterprise Lithuania. During the Norwegian-Lithuanian Business Days, held on 24–25 April, entrepreneurs of both countries are going to discuss cooperation opportunities in the fields of innovation, high-tech, logistics and defence.
Approximately 20 Lithuanian companies to participate in trade mission to USA
In early April Baltic Summit is being accompanied by the United States-Baltic Business Forum, which representatives from approximately 20 Lithuanian businesses have left for with a trade mission organised by Enterprise Lithuania. At the forum that took place on 3 of April in Washington DC, special attention was paid to bilateral business relations in the defence sector.