Baltic enterprises will present co-created pilot projects with European GreenTech startups at the online event and viewers will learn about sustainable solutions in the e-commerce, energy, financial, and supply sectors.
In September, four leading Baltic enterprises - Citadele bank, Latvenergo, Rimi Baltic Group, and Latvian Post, joined the program, each presenting a business sustainability challenge. Over 120 startups from 30 countries applied to the program to work with these enterprises, and the Helve team running the initiative selected the eight most suitable solutions for further cooperation.
Organizers say that startups and enterprises have been working together on pilot projects during the past three months and tackling the proposed challenges, and the results will be presented during the Demo Day. Finnish startup Compensate and Citadele bank will present their developed sustainability data analysis solution to the bank's leasing customers.
Rimi Baltic, together with Packoorang, will step on the virtual stage to present the achievements in the development of sustainable packaging for Rimi's e-store.
Three startups from the energy sector, FuseBox, Industrial Analytics, and Krafthem, together with Latvenergo and Elektrum teams, will present projects in the energy sector.
Finally, the Arinti team, together with Latvian Post, will share the experience and results of the work on a data processing solution.
In order to promote the development of innovations that offer sustainable solutions, Helve established the first open innovation accelerator in the Baltics, Future Hub, at the end of 2020.
Everyone interested can follow the Future Hub Demo Day online on December 16, at 16:00 at the dedicated Facebook event page.