One of the earliest members of Hub Vilnius – Bored Panda, Lithuanian startup – has grown over the last four years into the most popular content page on Facebook. Congrats to Tomas Banišauskas and his team!
Wired, New York Times and other online tech media have noticed. Here is an excerpt from the latest article on Bored Panda in Wired:
FOR A YEAR or two in the early 2010s, a certain genre of cheesy, irresistibly uplifting headline was unavoidable on Facebook. You know the trope – someone died in an inspiring way, a potentially bad situation led to an unlikely friendship, a dog saved someone’s life. Followed, almost always, by “You’ll never believe what happened next.”Continue reading “Bored Panda rains over Facebook algorithms” »
More than 25 years have passed since the Soviet Union collapsed, which resulted in 15 countries being free from the central administration and the communist ideology. The three Baltic states — Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania — were the first to declare independence and officially secede from the USSR. Continue reading “An update on startup ecosystem in Lithuania by TNW” »
Šiandien vasario 27 d. įvyko jau 29tas Hub Campas. Šis Hub Campas buvo skirtas klaidoms ir nesekmėms plėtojant verslą. Lean Startup metodologija akcentuoja „Fail Fast, Fail Early“ principą, renginio metu startuoliai ir ne tik jie dalinosi savo patirtimi, ko galima pasimokyti iš klaidų, kurie sprendimai buvo kritiniai ir pan. Continue reading “Rinkimai, jubiliejinis Hub Camp ir kitos kovo mėn. naujienos” »