What happened in the Baltics in 2020, and what opportunities lay ahead? Get ready for the third edition of the Baltic Startup Scene report.
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About the Baltic Startup Scene Report
For investors, startup founders and Baltic ecosystem builders, the Baltic Startup Scene Report is the go-to-place for an aggregated, qualitative and comprehensive data-backed outlook of the Baltic startup scene and investment opportunities in the Baltics.
It is a collection of various data sources and angles of the startup ecosystems within the Baltic states. The report dives deeper into essential topics such as Baltic startup investments and startups to watch, most prominent investment deals, startup visa regulations, digitalization in the region, corporate innovation, and much more.
In 2020, we’re thrilled to bring you the third edition: the Baltic Startup Scene Report 2019/2020 in collaboration with EIT Digital. At the end of every year, we release the report to the public. Sign up to be the first to receive it.
What will you find in the 2020 Report?
Startups to Watch in SaaS, Fintech, Sustainability and other verticals, as well as the Biggest deals of the year and the Pacesetters.
Top VC funds investing in Baltic founders, Best European startup visa regimes for non-EU founders, and Life and business costs in cities across Europe.
Tech events in the Baltics, the new hybrid working model, and remote work challenges, including its impact on the mental health.
Director of US Business & Innovation
The Baltic Startup Report is one of those invaluable tools available to us in our work abroad, on behalf of Estonia. It’s one thing to talk about the Estonian Startup scene and it’s place in the broader Baltic ecosystem, and how innovative this community is. It’s quite another to be able to share a comprehensive and in depth overview of all the players, sector news, and data with our network of investors and business people on the ground in New York, and the US at large. The Baltic Startup Report doesn’t just look great, it showcases our region to the world and helps make the ecosystem more accessible to global talent, investment, and expansion partners.
Founder & Host
Baltic Startup Mafia podcast
Despite the fact that we are three small countries here in Baltics, each of us has a big heart. We are so focused on our own success that it is hard to get full picture of how startups are doing in the whole region. And this is what people from outside are looking at – they are seeing to Baltic countries as one region. Baltic Startup Scene Report team is doing an excellent job by picking the most important pieces of each ecosystem and putting them together thus providing access to the whole picture each year.
Zelos Team Management
The report gives us a valuable reality check against other companies going through the same startup struggles. It’s also a wonderful cheat sheet for information and ideas when navigating the environment as an Estonian startup!
The report provided a systematic view on: 1. sources of investment (VC, accelerators); 2. talents & tech events ranging from UX to DeepTech; 3. living tips, drilling down even to the grocery pricing across the Baltics cities. For me, as a Non-EU Deep tech project founder this Report is a unique single source of high-quality info-handbook. Since this kind of information is usually disparate.
Participate in an anonymous 2020 Report study
We want to hear from you: the investor, startup founder and ecosystem partner – what went according to the plan in 2020 and what changed? What is your opinion on opportunities and threats ahead in the Baltic region? How does the startup investment scene look like in 2020 and onwards?
It will only take 5min, but your expertise and experience will be timeless.