Contacts

Contacts

CONFERENCE ORGANIZERS

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AHK Baltic States

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The German-Baltic Chamber of Commerce in Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, also known als AHK Baltic States, is the official representative of German businesses in the Baltic States. One of the AHK’s most important tasks is to consult German and Baltic businesses when entering the Baltic or German markets and to give support in creating new business ties. The AHK Baltic States is the only international chamber of commerce in the Baltic States, whose field of activity encloses the entire region. With 430 member companies it is the largest German-Baltic business network.

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InfoBalt

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Mindaugas Ubartas

CEO

INFOBALT – a national association of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) industry. INFOBALT seeks to create the best conditions for the growth of the ICT market and helps companies export and grow into global markets. Founded in 1994, INFOBALT has more than 160 members, including national and global businesses, universities, colleges, research institutions and other digital economy players. 10,000 employees work in member companies and organizations of the association.

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LINPRA

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DARIUS LASIONIS

Director

LINPRA, the engineering industries association of Lithuania, unites around 100 leading Lithuanian engineering and technology companies as well as related organizations, with their joint activities promoting progress in Lithuania. LINPRA’s aim is to promote sustainable growth and international competitiveness of industry’s companies. LINPRA’s complex activities accelerate Industry 4.0: help businesses digitize their processes, innovate, strengthen exports, improve worker education – these are factors for national progress. By improving access to high-quality vocational education and training, LINPRA is also helping to ensure that Lithuania has the right talent to realize its potential. With association’s support, Lithuania is fast becoming a top European destination for technology companies: LINPRA settles relationships between business institutions, organisations across Europe and Lithuanian businesses, while working to strengthen exports.