TRINITI awards Lithuanian startups at LOGIN Startup Pitch Challenge

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On 7-8 May TRINITI participated at LOGIN 2015, the largest gathering of the internet and tech community in Lithuania. 65 start-ups and 55 investors from Lithuania and abroad gathered at LOGIN Startup Fair. 30 business start-ups decided to test themselves in “Startup Pitch Challenge”.

This year the Firm, together with VŠĮ Versli Lietuva, organised LOGIN “Startup Pitch Challenge” event where they advised on starting up a business and also assessed and awarded the authors of the most prolific ideas. LOGIN “Startup Pitch Challenge” was an excellent opportunity for young specialists to introduce their start-ups at the largest tech conference in the Baltic region as well as to get acquainted with potential investors.

TRINITI gave away EUR 4300 in cash to the best business start-up idea plus a special prize, the legal advice worth EUR 3000.

The main prize went to CGtrader, a 3D model marketplace for computer graphics and 3D printing.  “Sorry as a service“, customer retention platform, enabling businesses to send apologies, was awarded with the second prize. Tutotoons allowing people to create a platform enabling creation of mobile games without the need of programming skills were awarded with the third prize.

The TRINITI special prize, the legal consultation package, went to PlateCulture, connecting people who love cooking and hosting dinners with people who love eating authentic home-cooked meals.

“The academy of knowledge, experience, success stories and new contacts”, said Linas Sabaliauskas, Managing Partner of TRINITI in Lithuania about the two days spent with the start-up community. “We noticed the starting partnerships, curiosity of the visitors and infectious enthusiasm.  I believe that this atmosphere inspired us to bring our own business one step forward. The LOGIN event, promoting entrepreneurship, has a considerable impact to the start-up world in the Baltic States and I feel proud that TRINITI team is a part of this project”, he added.