Revolution in the food industry: food from a 3D printer
3D printing with metals and plastics is now commonplace. But 3D printing in the food industry has sounded more science fiction – until now! That could soon change. Innovative Lithuanian company Super Garden has developed a 3D printing prototype that can print out freeze-dried foods at will, from vegetables to different types of meat or even desserts.
Nourishing success – the nutrient-rich snack for startups you can drink!
What started as an experiment by two Lithuanian entrepreneurs has grown into a flourishing business – and is now expanding into new markets like the Netherlands. Lukas Laurinavičius and Karolis Basevičius, the founders of Startuper’s Smoothies, have experienced the hectic pace of life as young professionals working in a busy startup environment. They know that creating a business is a truly nerve-racking challenge, and you don’t always have time to eat properly. And it’s not just a concern for business people, but for anyone living a fast-paced lifestyle. That’s why Lukas and Karolis came up with the solution to satisfy the needs of busy professionals – nutrient-rich smoothies you can drink on the go. What’s so different about a Startuper’s Smoothie? It’s a functional snack, exclusively targeted at people working with startups. Let’s find out how they brought their ideas to life.
Lithuania among world’s TOP5 most competitive countries in terms of international trade
This year Lithuania rose from the position 31 to 30 among 64 countries in the global competitiveness rankings compiled by IMD, the Swiss International Institute for Management Development. Lithuania ranks highest in international trade competitiveness and rose from the position 7 to 5 in the world. Lithuania will be able to strengthen its overall competitiveness and exit the average competitiveness segment thanks to the emerging features of the innovative country.
Innovation in freeze-drying creates healthier eating habits
Freeze-drying has slowly and steadily made its name across the food industry. It’s easy to see why – most of us want to eat healthier food, but the fast pace of life makes it difficult to do so. That’s where freeze-drying comes in handy. But there are even more innovations available to create healthy, ready-to-eat food. For instance, there’s a 3D printer on the way that can print out the freeze-dried food of your choice! Just imagine – we’re talking about vegetables, different types of meat or even desserts. Let’s discover what’s next for the food industry by following the story of Lithuanian brand Super Garden.
Startuper's Smoothies: the nutrient-rich snack for the startup scene targets the international market
Startuper’s Smoothies, a functional snack aimed exclusively at people who work in hectic professional environments such as startups, is aiming for the German market. The snack contains no sugar or preservatives, but packs in plenty of nutrients – and has an incredible 18-month shelf life, thanks to the use of novel technology.
40 Startups With The Highest Potential Will Compete For EUR 100,000 Investment in The “Startup Fair Pitch Battle”
On June 3-4, during the international startup competition “Startup Fair Pitch Battle”, Lithuania will become not only the main venue for startups but also a place for the meeting of investors from 8 countries, new partnerships, and renewing ties. The event “Startup Fair. Recharge 2021” will see the participation of 40 startups, which passed the first selection, representing 17 countries and investors who will be keen to look at investment opportunities.
Life Sciences Baltics 2021 announces Nobel winning keynote speaker
Richard Henderson, the winner of the 2017 Nobel prize in chemistry, will deliver a keynote speech at the international conference of the 5th edition of Life Sciences Baltics which will be held in digital format on 20-24 September this year.
Startups Are Invited to “recharge”: Investors Have Prepared an Investment of EUR 100,000 For The “Startup Fair: Recharge” Competition
“Startup Fair: Recharge 2021”, an international and one of the most important startup events in Lithuania, which will take place for the 9th year in a row, announces that the major recharge of the startup ecosystem will take place in Vilnius on 3-4 June, when the networking will be relaunched after a long-time gap, and when the flow of investments to the most promising startups will be increased by another financial “recharge” amounting to EUR 100 000. Registration for the “Startup Fair Pitch Battle” competition for innovative businesses in Lithuania and abroad is NOW OPEN.
Points of Single Contact: assistance to those wishing to develop business in Lithuania
There are 4 Contact Points operating in Lithuania: of services, products, construction products and regulated professions. They are intended: to help companies or individuals from another country to establish a business in Lithuania; to simplify the procedures of obtaining permits and licenses for service providers; to provide full information on the requirements that apply to the activities pursued by them; to ensure access by entrepreneurs to specific national rules intended for those wishing to supply products not regulated by the EU to the Lithuanian market.
Investors Have Prepared EUR 70,000 For The Best Startup Of The Competition “Startup Fair Pitch Battle”
On 25 September, the most promising Lithuanian and foreign startups will compete in the international competition “Startup Fair Pitch Battle” that will be held during the LOGIN Innovation and Technology Conference. Lithuanian Business Angel Network (LitBAN), the Co-investment Fund and the Venture Capital Fund 70 Ventures will look for investment opportunities at the Event. TRINITI business law firm has also set up cash prizes for legal services, and “Cloudvisor” will donate free credits of cloud computing services.
Lithuanian Laser Industry Leaders Participate in CIOE
The laser industry, or optoelectronics, in Lithuania is a curious and inspiring case of success. While we rarely get up close with lasers in our everyday life (or don’t realize we do), they are still an essential part of medicine and technological innovation.
Meet Lithuanian Fintech Companies Participating in CIFTIS!
Finances are not as simple as they used to be a few hundred years ago when you could stick your money under the mattress and call it a day. Now it is increasingly common to never see your coins and keep it all digital. Such a world requires increasingly more security, guarantees, and innovative solutions. That is where the fintech sector comes in!