2021 04 26
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 […]
2021 02 05
Renowned experts discuss the impact of industry 4.0 on the labour market at free virtual event
On February 10, 2021, the European Union’s funded HubIT project will organise its Final e-Conference LABOURTECH 2021 – Industry 4.0 technologies and its impact on the labour market in collaboration with P.PORTO. The objective of this event is to discuss and understand the consequences of future technologies in our labour market, with special attention to […]
2020 09 28
Startup Division offers free blockchain training in Lithuania for public & private sector companies
B-HUB for Europe, a decentralized support program implemented by Startup Division, is hosting free blockchain trainings for private and public sectors’ representatives in Lithuania. Participants of the trainings are introduced to the principles of blockchain, potential areas for application and advised on the possibility of addressing organizational or operational challenges with the application of this technology.
2020 09 28
Do’s and Don’ts when doing business in the Baltic Sea region
Doing business with partners abroad? Be prepared for cultural peculiarities — don’t waste time on small talk during meetings in Scandinavian countries and Germany, seek win-win negotiations in Finland, and avoid discussions on politics and history in Lithuania or Poland.
2020 09 14
Innovation expert: we shouldn’t leave the decisions on technology developments to the happy few people
Have you tried imagining your life in 2050? What do you see – a much more advanced and comfortable everyday life, infused with futuristic technology, or less appealing images of environmental degradation, uncontrolled migration, and alienation brought by diving deeper in the virtual world?
Erasmus For Young Entrepreneurs
2020 09 11
Travelling ‘business class’ with the EYE programme – how to start your business
From a sales freelancer to a founder and a CEO – this has been the journey of Povilas Klimas and many others who took the opportunity to get business training abroad with the help of the Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs (EYE) programme. The programme, financed by the EU, allows people of any age who have no or very limited business experience to get a traineeship in another country and learn the trade of running a business.