Tvori, Right and Hi Jay Fast-Tracked to LOGIN Startup Fair
Tvori, a 3D animation making tool, Right, a robo-advisor for traders, and Hi Jay, an app allowing to meet native speakers and to learn foreign languages, were selected as three winners of Pitch Battle in Saint Petersburg, Russia, as a part of LOGIN Startup Fair and Lithuania’s Startup Visa Roadshow. These teams received Startup Passes and will travel to the LOGIN Startup Fair taking place on 24-25 of May in Vilnius.
Lithuania has launched its Startup Visa programme this year. And LOGIN Startup Fair, the main startup event in the region with 50+ international investors and 50+ startups, taking place at Vilnius Tech Park this year, is the foremost opportunity to show non-EU startups what our country has to offer.
For these reasons, team Startup Lithuania has set sail to its LOGIN Startup Fair and Lithuania’s Startup Visa Roadshow in four countries, with Saint Petersburg as the first destination.
There, at St Petersburg Technopark and its Ingria Business Incubator, a 14-strong Pitch Battle was held. Discover three winners and prepare to meet them at LOGIN Startup Fair!
Tvori. It’s a piece of software to build 3D animation in virtual reality. It allows to set 3D environments and build animations whilst being in virtual reality will no technical skills required. What their video below:
Right. It is a stock and bond investing robo-advisor based on clients' risk profiles and fundamental market indicators. It’s meant for people with little experience in financial markets.
Hi Jay. It’s an app for searching and organizing meetings with native speakers to improve one’s language skills and to have interesting conversations. It has features for personal and group meetings, study groups and more.
These three startups were awarded with Startup Passes and will travel to the LOGIN Startup Fair later this spring, however, we welcome everyone at the event – check out our Startup Agenda and other bits already confirmed for the event, and register your startup now!
The event at Ingria Business Incubator was opened by Lithuanian consul general in Saint Petersburg Dainius Numgaudis, he suggested that even though Lithuania is widely known for its quality food in Russia, the country is and wants to be regarded as the foremost startup location with wide opportunities to grow one’s business.
Also, team Startup Lithuania introduced its Startup Visa scheme for the attendees, TRINITI law firm explained Lithuania’s tax and legal environments, and Go Vilnius told about opportunities and lifestyle in the Lithuanian capital.