Scientific excellence into market success

16 – 17 MAY 2024

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Place to be

Riga will become a deep-tech hub for two days. Come to the conference to experience personal connections and build new partnerships.

Meet leading industry experts

Use your opportunity to hear the industry’s brightest minds, fearless scientists, technology developers, and adventurous explorers!

Take it to the next level

Meet like-minded people, find out current business trends, present your ideas, expand your network and take your company to the next level.
Let’s meet at the gala dinner!

About Deep
Tech Atelier

The Baltics’ largest deep tech industry event brings together all stakeholders of the deep tech ecosystem: entrepreneurs, scientists and technology developers, investors, government, and public organizations. The two-day conference offers outstanding international speakers, pitch sessions, practical workshops, and excellent networking opportunities at B2B sessions.

DTA2024 is having an exciting program on 3 stages. Deep tech as the main stage discusses essential topics for innovators, including future trends, raising funds, and what mindset innovators and leaders of deep tech companies need to develop. Don’t miss the start-up and reverse (investor) pitches on the deep tech stage as well! BioCosmic stage hosts European Space Agency (ESA) Day on May 16, which will spotlight the topics of entrepreneurship and commercialization, while on May 17, it focuses on breakthrough biotechnologies. Growth stage tells the success stories supported by Norway grants and is a place where to exchange ideas of technology transfer.

Take a look also at our many workshops, practical masterclasses, and other side events!


Take a look at DTA 2023

Deep Tech
Startup Demo

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Commercialization Reactor and the Investment and Development Agency of Latvia invite you to demonstrate your entrepreneurial talent to the global investment and acceleration community and corporations seeking innovation.

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