Startup acceleration to cover fintech, artificial intelligence, blockchain, and cyber security
Singapore-Lithuania bridge: LATTICE80 supports startups from Lithuania to expand to Singapore.
Joint research: Lithuania partners with LATTICE80 to develop joint venture research projects across fintech, AI, blockchain, and cyber security.
Europe inroads: Part of LATTICE80’s wider expansion into Europe to connect the community to Asia.
SINGAPORE, Dec 11 2017 — LATTICE80, Singapore headquartered Fintech hub, has partnered with Lithuania’s Agency for Science, Innovation and Technology (MITA) to co-organise acceleration programmes in Singapore to help Lithuanian startups expand to the region.
LATTICE80 will design the programme and host the startups in Singapore. Both organisations will develop research together to build an ecosystem that connects Europe and Asia. The partnership will focus on areas including fintech, artificial intelligence, blockchain, and cyber security.
Joe Seunghyun Cho, Founding CEO of LATTICE80 and Chairman of Marvelstone Group, said: “I am very happy to work with MITA to help startups from Lithuania expand to Asia. There are lots of synergies between startups in Europe and Asia, and this collaborative programme will help startups from both sides with market expansion and insight.”
K. Šetkus, Director of the Agency for Science, Innovation and Technology, said: “We are very pleased to work with world-known fintech hub, whose knowledge and expertise will be of great significance for Lithuanian startups. I hope that our cooperation will encourage to develop innovative ideas globally.”
LATTICE80 is a Singapore headquartered Fintech Hub. LATTICE80 prides itself on creating an ecosystem for fintech startups, corporates/financial institutions, governments, and the public to collaborate, learn, and co-create. The mission of the hub is to help all its stakeholders connect globally.
About Agency for Science, Innovation and Technology
Agency for Science, Innovation and Technology (MITA) is the main governmental institution, responsible for implementation of innovation policy in Lithuania. The main activity is the coordination of national and international R&D programmes and providing funds. MITA promotes innovative startups to go to international markets and supports acceleration activities.