The inaugural edition of TECH Meetup Baltics will take place on 11 May 2022 and welcomes leading fintech, blockchain, legal, and artificial intelligence experts from all across the Baltics.
A full-day conference dedicated to startups, SMEs, and large enterprises from the Baltic region.
As mentioned above the conference will take place on the 11th of May in Vilnius, Lithuania at Radisson Blu Royal Astorija Hotel and is bringing a new format that will allow more interaction among the attending delegates.
The event gathers +30 experts who share their knowledge around industries such as fintech, blockchain, fashion tech, artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, and more to the +100 participants! Make sure you are one of them!
Each week we are introducing some of the great minds that are going to share the stage in Vilnius and bring you the latest and most vital information.
Today, we are delighted to present to you, our following speaker: Alex Gibb – Partner at Katalista Ventures, Adviser at Sumup
Alex Gibb is the co-founder and a partner at Katalista Ventures. Alex is a catalyst and connector, and his role at Katalista Ventures sees him connecting the dots between his passions of entrepreneurship and sustainability to help startups grow and prosper. Alex left a corporate career in finance to pursue his passion and start Katalista Ventures, a hybrid startup accelerator and private equity fund which focuses on triple top line perspectives for startups. Alex had also been an investor for almost a decade, as well as a member of Lithuania’s angel investors network. Sustainability had a profound impact on his worldview, so Katalista was founded with the goal of supporting startups that benefit people and the planet, as well as building capacity in the wider ecosystem. Alex is a board member and mentor at various NGOs in Lithuania, including UNICEF. He is an experienced presenter and has spoken at TEDx. When not working on Katalista or other projects, Alex likes to spend time reading, traveling and experimenting with new recipes in the kitchen.