Investors and Latvian startups can sign up for Slush matchmaking session

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Magnetic Latvia Startup, together with TechChill, is organizing a startup-investor matchmaking breakfast in Helsinki on November 22 as part of Slush 2019, the international startup and technology conference.

The registration for the event is open, and startups are asked to sign up by November 10 to secure a place among the coffee and croissants.
"The startup-investor matchmaking breakfast will bring together 20 startups from Latvia and 40 international investors. The process will take into account participants’ business interests, offering sessions tailored to fit their goals. This will give both sides the chance to make valuable contacts and discuss possible collaboration," said a release from organizers.
The event will take place at 7:30 am – 10:00 am on November 22 in room 204 at Messukeskus Expo and Convention Centre and matchmaking will take the form of 15-minute-long one-on-one meetings between an investor and a startup.

Slush 2019 will happen on November 21-22, and is now established it is one of the leading startup events in Europe, which helps bring together startups and investors from Europe and Asia.
To register for the event and get to know more about the startup-investor matchmaking breakfast, write to: [email protected] 
TechChill is a non-profit NGO that helps Latvian and Baltic startups to succeed by building a knowledge base, skills, and networks. The organization reinvests all its earnings back into the community by promoting startups around the world and organizing events throughout the year. Magnetic Latvia Startup is an organization that operates under the Investment and Development Agency of Latvia (LIAA) providing a range of government startup support mechanisms.

Magnetic Latvia/TechChill matchmaking
Magnetic Latvia/TechChill matchmaking

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