The LIAA Technology Business Centre is headed by Nikita Kazakevich.
Technology Business Centre of the Latvian Investment and Development Agency (LIAA) is headed by Nikita Kazakevičs. From September 2016 Nikita Kazakevičs was the head of the business incubator of LIAA Jelgava s. Under his leadership, 83 companies are supported by an incubation programme, 265 business ideas are supported by a pre-merger programme and financial support of 2.2 million EUR. Previously, from 2015 to 2016 Nikita Kazakevičs was a representative of Swedish IT company Nova Global in Latvia, and from 2013 to 2015 he founded and chaired HealthTech start-up LifeSync in Denmark.
Technology Business Centre aims to support and develop business skills, knowledge and thinking of business developers in Latvian small and medium-sized enterprises with high technological intensity. The Technology Business Centre, together with its partners, the University of Latvia, Riga Technical University and Riga Stradins University, will provide an in-depth knowledge of the creation and development of an innovative business in free training at the Innovation Academy and fund a product prototype exhibition at 100%.
Until 30 April 2024, the Technology Business Centre will attract at least 98 business ideas developers for training in and provide support for the development of at least 30 prototypes in. The total cost of the project is planned at 2 000 000 000 EUR, with a 100% aid intensity in. The Technology Business Center will be run by a team with a planned 5.3 PLE jobs. The centre is included in the department of the ALAA Business Inhibitors Department.