I look forward to promoting stronger U.S.-Latvia ties and working with AmCham members to ensure Latvia is a trusted destination for international business.
John Tully, Chairman of the Board of MikroTik
The digital health startup Longenesis has made it into the Entrepreneurship World Cup (EWC) top 100, beating competition from 30,000 companies. Longenesis will take part in the Global Finals in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, from 10 to 12 March.
Emil Syundyukov, co-founder and CEO of Longenesis, says that the Entrepreneurship World Cup is an opportunity not only to meet startups from all over the world and exchange experiences, but also to speak out loud to the whole world by representing Latvia in the finals.
“Our team is delighted with this success: it is further proof that we are working on technologies that bring added value to the international market. We are delighted to see the Latvian flag among the countries that have made it to the Global Finals. Together with the team, we are preparing for the finals with the aim to share how the technologies created here in Latvia are shaping mechanisms for health research and supporting patients globally,” says Syundyukov.
The Entrepreneurship World Cup has the highest number of finalists from Europe (28), South America (20), Asia (17), North America (14), and the Middle East (12).
The Global Finals winner is expected to receive 300,000 US dollars, 2nd place 200,000 dollars and 3rd place 150,000 dollars. Finalists in other categories will also be able to compete for individual cash prizes and investments for business development. Top100 finalists will have access to a range of discounted services and support from providers such as AWS, Freshworks, Google Cloud, Hubspot, Stripe, Zoom, and others, with a total of 100,000 US dollars in support.
Source: Labs of Latvia
Today is the key moment to demonstrate the values we share with AmCham and support like-minded businesses
Jekaterina Novicka, Partner of Business Development, Orients Audit & Finance