Organizers

LATITUDE59

Latitude59 is the most known technology and startup business conference in the Baltics, which will celebrate its 10th birthday in 2022! With 2500 attendees, including more than 300+ investors and more than 700+ startup representatives, the tech gathering brings together key players who are serious about startups and investing.

 

 

Latitude59 2022 takes place on Thursday and Friday, 19 and 20 May in Tallinn, Estonia at the Kultuurikatel – a century-old power plant transformed into a magnificent creative hub.

 

Latitude59’s main themes for 2022 are diversity, sustainability, social impact, the commercialization of science/deeptech, and collaboration with corporations. In addition to an exciting conference program with international speakers, Latitude59 aims to encourage meaningful and productive networking through coordinated matchmaking and special events, presentations for both startups and investors, and a demo area with 50 of the region’s most relevant regional start-ups.

 

 

Latitude59 is small and relaxed by design and with the upcoming event, we aim to continue acting as the glue between regional startups and markets, international investors, and possible business partners, without losing our cozy festival vibe that enables meaningful conversations.

ACCELERATE ESTONIA

We are the launchpad for moonshot ideas that create true systemic change.


Accelerate Estonia’s mission is to be the most impactful government driven innovation lab in the world.


Our goal is to foster groundbreaking collaborations between the Estonian public sector and truly ambitious founders wanting to create global systemic change.


These innovators already have the experience necessary to build extraordinary companies but require steadfast regulatory support to solve these wicked problems and shape entirely new industries in the process.

MINISTRY OF ECONOMIC AFFAIRS AND COMMUNICATIONS

The Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications is a government ministry of Estonia. The objective of the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications is to increase the competitiveness of Estonian companies and thus the prosperity of the people. 

 

The Ministry is also in charge of implementing the R&D and Innovation and Entrepreneurship Strategy 2035 (RDIE) by creating measures to promote innovation and support research-intensive startups which are of central importance to increasing knowledge transfer.