Connecting businesses: introducing the Latvian ecosystem and its offering, webinar

Are you interested in cross-border collaboration in terms of business, research and innovation? Would you like to find out more about Latvian Biomedicine ecosystem’s offering?

Welcome to the second webinar that brings together OuluHealth and Latvian biomedicine ecosystems.

This event will give you the possibility to find out about opportunities to supply to the Latvian hospitals, network with healthcare companies, hospital representatives and researchers. You will also learn what the challenges established by Children’s Clinical University Hospital in Latvia are and decide whether your solution could answer them.

Time: 4 November, 8.30-9.30

Place: Online (Teams)

The webinar is free of charge but requires registration:



8:30 – 8:40 Welcoming words from Ambassador of Latvia in Finland Ms Kristīne Našeniece and Minna Komu, Network Director, BusinessOulu

8:40 – 8:50 Overview of Biomedicine Ecosystem Latvia – companies and major stakeholders, Anna Janberga, Leading Expert, Investment and Development Agency of Latvia/LIAA

8:50 – 9:05 Children’s health digital ecosystem, Elina Dimina, Development Manager, Children’s University Hospital of Latvia

9:05 – 9:20 Data analysis for personalized medicine, Valeria Kogan, Chairwoman of the board of SmartOmica

9.20 – 9:30 Q&A

Join us online to explore the potential for international collaboration. Get to know to the Latvian ecosystem and find out what new opportunities might be waiting for you.

 About Latvian Biomedicine ecosystem

Latvia’s biomedicine sector combines strong R&D capability, established manufacturing infrastructure, geographic and cultural proximity to eastern and western markets and experience from global exports. Historically Latvia has been strong in the pharma sector ranked 4th by turnover amongst manufacturing industries in Latvia. The industry expertise goes beyond pharma to hardware area such as laboratory equipment, optical fibers and large-scale genome sequencing capacity. The start-up ecosystem sees more and more newcomers in the healthcare and especially digital health area. Latvia’s research and innovation interests include personalized medicine, biomarkers, cancer, microbiome, vaccines, and biomaterial fields.

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Contact persons

Alise Barvika

Head of the Representative Office in Finland

Investment and Development Agency of Latvia/LIAA


Anna Janberga

Leading Expert

Technology Scout Division

Department of Technology

Investment and Development Agency of Latvia/LIAA