Digital nomad from Lithuania shares his life details

Digital nomad from Lithuania shares his life details

Tomas from Lithuania is sharing his lifestyle details with everyone. Nomadic blogger has been travelling around but loves South East Asia the most. Recently he settled down in Thailand and decided to tell how much he makes and what’s his list of expenses. It’s suprisingly open and pretty entertaining.  Continue reading “Digital nomad from Lithuania shares his life details” »

2016 Coworking Forecast by Deskmag

2016 Coworking Forecast by Deskmag
This year’s forecast and trends of the coworking market doesn’t differ strongly from past years according to new results of the Global Coworking Survey. While the coworking industry might have had some stormy and less than desirable market conditions in 2015 with increased real estate prices and challenges in growing awareness, those phenomena don’t have a negative impact on the global development in general, at least not more than in the past. This is the year we’ll see over 10,000 coworking spaces open by the end of 2016.

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Grab your Lithuanian Startup Visa while supplies last

Grab your Lithuanian Startup Visa while supplies last

Lithuania’s Parliament, the Seimas, has this week approved amendments to the Law on the Legal Status of Aliens enabling the creation of so-called ‘start-up visas.’ The new visas will simplify the process for talented specialists from non-EU countries to apply to live and work in Lithuania, enabling employers to find the specialists they need. The amendments, which were initiated by INFOBALT association, foreign direct investment agency Invest Lithuania and other partners, will come into force on 1 January 2017. Continue reading “Grab your Lithuanian Startup Visa while supplies last” »

The Good, the Bad, the Ugly. When CEE Startups Come to Silicon Valley

The Good, the Bad, the Ugly. When CEE Startups Come to Silicon Valley

Silicon Valley is open to ideas that come from Eastern Europe and people there don’t label things as foreign like the French or Germans do. However, the Valley has its own culture and mindset of doing business that is sometimes difficult for Eastern Europeans to adapt to.

Tytus Cytowski, Managing Partner & Founder at Cytowski & Partners, shared his take on the business culture and being Eastern European at Silicon Valley in an event by Startup Lithuania and Nextury at ISM’s Innobase this week. Continue reading “The Good, the Bad, the Ugly. When CEE Startups Come to Silicon Valley” »