Nikolai Gavrilin, head of Litilit. photo of Vladimir Ivanovs (V).
Litilit, a start-up producing ultrashort pulse lasers, last fall became the first Lithuanian company to attract 200 million Taiwanese investments. Eur East and Central Europe fund.
podcast::qb01ZmWi V announces that the company has attracted 3.7 million Eur iTaiwania Capital and Lithuanian venture capital fund manager Iron Wolf Capital. Nikolajus Gavrilins, the head of Litilit, says that mon has become a kind of intermediary between …
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