Jury of the Entrepreneurship World Cup has shortlisted the five most promising companies for the Latvian national finals: Spirulina Nord, BirgerMind, PurOceans, Medon and PrintyMed. The winner of the Latvian national finals will then compete for the chance to be among the top 100 companies from around the globe.
How to Web, in partnership with BCR Seed Starter and with the support of Underline Ventures, introduces the 4th edition of the “Venture in Eastern Europe Report.” This comprehensive report explores the dynamic landscape of Eastern European venture deals, unveiling key insights and trends shaping the region’s global presence.
The new Baltic Startup Funding Report by FIRSTPICK and Change Ventures compares the Baltic states with European leaders in startup funding. The report overviews the highs and lows of the startup funding peculiarities in H2 of 2023.
An emergency meeting of Rēzekne City Council on Thursday, February 29, has decided to reduce budget expenditure to stabilize its financial situation. Deputies unanimously approved a reduction in spending of 3.5 million euros, thus moving towards a no-deficit budget approval at the next City Council meeting on March 7.
Latvian Prime Minister Evika Siliņa is in Poland February 29 with an agenda that includes a meeting with her Polish counterpart, Donald Tusk.
The Saeima on Thursday, February 29, in the second reading, passed amendments to the law which stipulate that the country of manufacture of the product should be indicated on the price tags of food products.