TechHub is a unique environment where technology startups can start up faster. We nurture an international network of like-minded and focused tech entrepreneurs, providing places where they can work, meet, collaborate, network, learn and have fun. By getting the right people together in a physical space, good things happen.
It's time to kick off our lunchtime lecture series after a sunshine filled summer; we invite you to join us for a session on Recruitment 101. This is your opportunity to bring with you all those burning questions as the recruitment cycle kicks off again and we go up a gear or two. We will be joined by Chris Platts from Talent Rocket.
I enjoy working at TechHub as you can choose how and where you work, plus there's a buzz of quiet activity which keeps you going all day. When you want a break there's plenty going on inside and outside the building. People are all willing to give advice and help and there's plenty of opportunity to have an after work beer.
We might just have exactly what you're looking for! A great space has come up at TechHub Old Street (it doesn't happen often) and would be perfect for a growing team. It's light and bright with smashing views and would accommodate a team of 30 comfortably. It's got its own meeting room - separated by a glass wall - comes fully loaded with desks and chairs, and is a really flexible space with 24/7 access. Of course your team all have TechHub Flex Membership as standard, meaning everyone can enjoy our online member network, events, opportunities and access to all the other TechHubs around the world while travelling.
When you think of fundraising, what does come to your mind? Whatever it is, TechHub Riga startup Funderful plays a major part to make fundraising different, more engaging and interesting for the people who are about to donate. We met Raimonds Kulbergs, Funderful CEO, to find out where they are, what they do and where they are heading. Read now what he has to say!
Autumn and chilly weather may be approaching fast, yet it is never cold with Startup Sauna, the biggest Northern and Eastern European accelerator, in Riga. Yesterday, on September 18, they were back again to offer a one day coaching event to local startups, helping them become better.
‘Autumn needs to start in style,’ was our goal in mind while planning September’s monthly meetup. Thus, we invited two inspiring startups – TrackDuck from Lithuania and Browserbite from Estonia – to ignite the Latvian crowd. Not only they shared their stories, they also gave some tips on sales and traction. What did we note down? Sell wise, sell creatively.