Riga’s innovative spirit is clearly in the air, with an increasing amount of aspirational entrepreneurs having the dream of creating a mini-Silicon Valley here in the Baltics. Riga’s entrepreneurs want to put Latvia on the global map as a tech hub and keep its talents in the country. An increasing number of highly-skilled and creative workers are leaving their mundane corporate jobs with little career growth for a more risky, but potentially more rewarding, path of starting their own business. Estonia is already the leader of the Baltic trio, with 420 startups compared with 240 ...
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