Nano solutions for macro problems: 5 things to know about Lithuania’s life sciences industry
Lithuania’s life sciences sector has been rising to prominence internationally for the past decade. Boosted by world-leading biotechnology research and strong educational institutions that supply businesses with top-notch talent, the sector is accelerating faster than almost anywhere else in Europe. Growing by a record 87% in 2020, Lithuania’s robust life sciences ecosystem, which includes both established players and up-and-coming startups, contributes an impressive 2.5% to Lithuania‘s GDP.
How Cultural Differences Can Improve Your Business Results
Is the pandemic pushed you to look for global opportunities? But do you understand cultural differences in workplaces and how they can affect your transformation?
63% Swedish companies in the tech sector might consider moving their IT operations to Lithuania
A new survey from Enterprise Lithuania shows, Six out of ten Swedish companies (63%) state that they might consider moving their IT operations to Lithuania.
Small cultural differences generate better solutions
Digitalization globally has made the tech sector one of the main engines for employment and economic growth. However, the growth of the digital economy is hampered by a severe shortage of IT professionals.
Expectation of digital market transformation grow cross-country cooperation
Digitization is the driving force behind many industries. The digital economy offers many economic opportunities, and cross-border data flows remain an essential part of modern digital commerce, driven by cross-border cooperation.
Laser leader Lithuania: how a small country achieved world-class excellence in laser technologies
Lithuania’s global leadership in laser technologies might be surprising, given the modest size of the country. But with more than half a century of expertise behind it, the Lithuanian laser industry is a major league player in both scientific and industrial laser technologies. Providing solutions for the likes of NASA and IBM, Lithuania’s laser specialists continue to push the scientific frontier and generate the sector’s impressive growth year after year. What is the secret behind this success?
Moksleivio Liutauro Kervio ambicija – tinklalaidžių platforma, padedanti smulkiesiems kūrėjams išgarsėti
Simono Daukanto gimnazijos moksleivis Liutauras Kervys drauge su komanda kuria „SimpleTime“ tinklalaidžių platformą, kuria siekia padėti smulkiesiems tinklalaidžių kūrėjams išgarsėti, o vartotojams – gauti kuo daugiau kokybiško turinio. Jaunasis verslininkas pripažįsta, kad norint pradėti verslą dar mokykloje reikia drąsos, bet džiaugiasi, jog viskas susidėliojo į savas vietas įkūrus savo jaunąją bendrovę. Simonui ir jo komandai realizuoti idėją padėjo „accelerator_x“ programa, kurios metu moksleivių komanda užmezgė kontaktus su investuotojais bei turėjo progą konsultuotis su patyrusiais verslininkais.
Lithuanian brands: Why does Lithuania need one?
In the first episode of Lithuanian Brands: Best Practice the marketing expert from the United Kingdom dr. Darren Coleman talks to the representative of Lithuanian Government about the strategy for presenting Lithuania abroad and how it was developed.
Cargo stream with French partners and investors start operations in port of Northern France
Cargo stream, a Lithuanian company that has established and developed a digital logistics management system, is expanding in Europe – a joint venture with French investors is being set up in Dunkirk, France. Such a strategic move will allow this company to combine freight forwarders, carriers, and freight customers with the port and maritime lines.
The conversation with an old acquaintance has given rise to the international project of global significance
Ingrida Olendraitė, a doctoral student at Cambridge University, an alumnus of Vilnius University, had little expectations that her meeting with an old acquaintance during Life Sciences Baltics will evolve to an international project together with the greatest minds in the field of virus research.
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.