Vilnius Tech Park

Bored Panda joins Vilnius Tech Park community

Bored Panda, the panda-friendly, viral content creating web magazine, is joining the Vilnius Tech Park community. The startup, launched in Lithuanian in 2009, is busy filling the internet with creative posts, amazing artwork, fun picture galleries and articles in English and Spanish, Vilnius Tech Park announced in its press release. […]

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Every second Lithuanian would like job in a startup despite low rate of success

A Nextury Ventures survey has shown that 16% of Lithuanians would unconditionally agree to try to work in a Lithuanian startup while another 32% would gladly consider a job offer in a startup if the […]


Kaunas offers €100k to young entrepreneurs

Kaunas City Municipality will once again help people with innovative business ideas by providing funding of €100,000 through a youth business promotion programme Kauno startuoliai. […]

Minister of Economy Evaldas Gustas

Startup investment fund planned by Ministry of Economy

The Ministry of Economy is planning a potential investment fund that would provide seed capital and co-investments to newly formed small and micro businesses, or startups. The measure being considered to form the fund would also help develop the alternative First North market, a stock exchange geared towards smaller companies in the Nordic region, by preparing those companies to enter the regulated securities market. […]

Aimbrain co-founders Andrius Šutas and Alesis Novikas

Lithuanian cyber security start-up raises €500k from investors

A Lithuanian cyber security start-up, AimBrain, has raised almost half a million euros in funding to develop biometric-based online security that would spell the end of passwords. […]