The largest, richest in content, and probably the boldest innovation gathering in the Baltics returns on May 11-12. Over 5,000 game changers, forward thinkers, tech-savvy innovators, and people thirsty for knowledge will meet in Vilnius for the 17th time so far.
The conference, called LOGIN, seeks to catch up with the modern world, to dig deeper into the changes and obstacles the progress of technology brings, and to get inspired by the innovation pioneers and their mind-bending insights into today's world. The event will explore ideas that could lead to the next unicorn in Vilnius and provide a glimpse of what the future holds.
This year, the stages will be dedicated to Progress Makers, Trailblazers, Visioners, and Innovators, and will host such speakers as Gustavo Arellano, the head of commercial development at FIBA, Vladimir Milov, the adviser to the Russian opposition leader Alexey Navalny, publicist, economist, and former Deputy Minister of Energy of Russia, and Taavi Rõivas, the former Prime Minister of Estonia and Chairman at Auve Tech, among others.
The conference will take place at the Lithuanian exhibition and congress centre LITEXPO, which will host four stages and a huge open-air pavilion for networking and sharing ideas.