The program is aimed at bringing together the brightest minds, investors, educational institutions and representatives of public institutions from the Baltic region and Nordic countries. More than 40 start-ups from 17 countries, including Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, the Netherlands, Finland, Turkey, the UK, Australia, and others, have applied for the program.
The ideas presented by the start-ups include elements of game in educational process, as well as virtual realities, remote education tools, online language training and so on.
The five-day intensive accelerated program will begin on June 15. It will consist of 10 best ideas, selected by an expert commission. Developed ideas will be presented online to the public on June 19.