TechChill, the annual event held in Riga during February 9-10 of this year, traditionally launches the startup season, as interest in the Baltics has been growing. The event, which started out as a small meet-up with just a few people under the TechCrunch Baltics brand in 2012, is expecting 1,000 people in attendance, which is twice the high-tech crowd of last year, with an impressive speaker lineup. The focus, however, stays the same - to share global knowledge and help startups make the right connections to move them forward. Ahead of the event, The Baltic Times approached some of the hig...
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