On April 1st at 12 PM we invite you to open panel discussion “Finding Your Path”.
This event will be with LCC entrepreneurs, who have successful established start-up businesses and will explore various factors that contribute to a start-up initiative becoming a success. It’s an opportunity for current and former students, faculty, and staff to learn about these unique individuals. Every participant will define what success means to them. They will also share their stories about HOW they find their own individual path in life and what it took to become a successful entrepreneur.
Panel discussion participants:
Roman Gaiduk (1997 EN) – “Grand Partners”
Natalia Matveyeva (2002 BU) – “Realore”
Tatjana Pomogajeva (2007 BU) – „Noriu Deko“
Dovile Baubonytė-Urbanavičienė (2007 BU) – “Miško darželis”
Vitaliy Sobko (2008 BU) – “Maximum”
Simona Andrijauskaite (2013 BU) – “Interactio”
Facilitators: Vaidas Levickis, Inga Aksamitauskaitė.
The event is free of charge and is open to public.
It will also be livestreamed:
Location: Neufeld Auditoria, LCC International University, Kretingos g. 36, Klaipėda.
MORE ABOUT PARTICIPANTS:
Dovile Baubonytė-Urbanavičienė, class of 2007
“Miško darželis”/„Forest kindergarten“
„Forest kindergarten“ is an outdoor place for pre-school education, experiences, challenges and friendships. We seek for emotionally and physically healthy lifestyles of children and their parents, establish creative environment for children free play and educate children in and with the nature.
Natalia Matveyeva, class of 2002
Realore is a successful developer and publisher of casual games. Over the years we have released 70+ award winning titles including Northern Tale, Roads of Rome, Island Tribe, Jane’s Hotel, Farm Up and many more. Today Realore is a mobile game developer, publisher and distributor. You can find our games on a wide range of platforms including iOS, PC, Mac, Android, and Windows 8.
Our mission is to provide our players with engaging, fun and easy-to-learn entertainment experience.
Roman Gaiduk, class of 1997
Management and leadership – the biggest service package in Lithuania.
Team building – custom scenarios for training events.
EU project implementation – more than 10 million EUR worth of project implementation.
Simona Andrijauskaite, class of 2012
Interactio is a mobile system that fully replaces interpretation hardware for live events. An interpreter is interpreting from a booth, a computer is connected to the sound system and attendees listen to the translation in their phones or tablets via an app.
Tatjana Pomogajeva, class of 2007
Cake decorating courses. It isn‘t only learning, it is meetings with interesting people, new acquaintances and endless journey into self-improvement.
Vitaliy Sobko, class of 2008
“Maximum” – Camp and retreat center
Building on a legacy of 25 years of summer Christian camps in Ukraine, we are one of a kind Christian camp and retreat center that is uniquely positioned to serve camping and retreat needs for the central region of Ukraine. While most camps seasonally operate in Western Ukraine or Black sea region, we operate on a full year cycle offering programs that respond to actual needs of our society (e.g. skill camps, family retreats, parent and child programs, disability programs, etc.). What makes us unique: our residential complex and adventure park activities are specially tailored for people with special health conditions – a unique offering for Ukraine.