U.S. Ambassador in Lithuania Anne Hall today announced the launch of a new €10,000 award

lt_award_getfileattachmentAward  aimed at highlighting and promoting innovative cooperation between the United States and Lithuania. The Lithuanian-American Innovation Award will be granted to a Lithuanian individual, organization, university, or firm that has developed an innovation in collaboration with a U.S. partner. The new award was established by the American-Lithuanian Business Council (ALBC), the Baltic American Freedom Foundation (BAFF), and the U.S. Embassy in Vilnius. Continue reading U.S. Ambassador in Lithuania Anne Hall today announced the launch of a new €10,000 award

Unilink Technology Services, part of The Unilink Group, has won the Queen’s Award for Enterprise for Innovation

unlinkUnilink receives this prestigious award for the development of outstanding, innovative products which help prisons to become more rehabilitative.  Unilink’s secure email service allows messages to be sent to and from prisons rapidly, while ensuring that security requirements are maintained.  This works with Unilink’s prisoner self-service system that enables messages to be delivered securely to and from prisoners through biometric kiosks and in-cell devices. Continue reading Unilink Technology Services, part of The Unilink Group, has won the Queen’s Award for Enterprise for Innovation

„Pokalbiai su Audriu Antanaičiu“: Ar sugebame sveikai gyventi savo išmaniuosiuose miestuose? (video)

img_2001_resize-300x234Jau nemažai metų stengiamės savo miestus paversti išmaniaisiais, t.y. tokiais, kuriuose būtų gera, patogu, šiuolaikiška. Tai nėra lengva, tačiau galime pasidžiaugti, kad Lietuvoje bent jau Klaipėda atitinka tarptautinius išmaniajam mietui keliamus standartus. Kitiems mūsų miestams dar reikės pasitempti. Continue reading „Pokalbiai su Audriu Antanaičiu“: Ar sugebame sveikai gyventi savo išmaniuosiuose miestuose? (video)

Jacqueline de Rojas on the Autumn statement: Investment in tech skills needed

Jacqueline de Rojas Executive Vice President at Sage Northern EuropePhilip Hammond’s acknowledgement that the Autumn statement needed to support our cutting edge businesses leading the world in disruptive tech was much needed and an encouraging start. We wanted business to come out of the Autumn Statement better supported – after all, small businesses accounted for 99.3% of all private sector businesses at the start of 2016 and 99.9% were small or medium-sized (SMEs). Continue reading Jacqueline de Rojas on the Autumn statement: Investment in tech skills needed