We help startups get better, faster.

TechHub is a unique environment where technology startups can start up faster. We nurture an international network of like-minded and focused tech entrepreneurs, providing places where they can work, meet, collaborate, network, learn and have fun. By getting the right people together in a physical space, good things happen.

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Events @ TechHub
14:00, Kipsala beach
Interested in entrepreneurship and startups? Want to know what makes the Israel’s experience special? TechHub Riga invites everybody to an event that covers Moshe Sarfaty’s key-note on alternative investments in the VC world, experience story by Eldars Loginovs (Fastr Books) and a roundtable discussion ‘What can Latvia learn from Israel?’ on August 1st at 14.00. This event is a part of festival ‘Tel Aviv Beach’ in Riga, Kipsala beach.
Life at TechHub
I enjoy working at TechHub as you can choose how and where you work, plus there's a buzz of quiet activity which keeps you going all day. When you want a break there's plenty going on inside and outside the building. People are all willing to give advice and help and there's plenty of opportunity to have an after work beer.
Roland White from Ginger Guru
some of our members

29 Jul 2014 11:15

Last week we had a meeting between TechHub Riga, Infogram and the Minister of Economics Vjaceslavs Dombrovskis. This meeting outlined a further collaboration between the Ministry and TechHub Riga and discussed options how a more active involvement by the government could make Latvia a better place for investments in startups.

18 Jul 2014 12:18

The team at Amazon Web Services has a new startup program for our early stage companies. The program, AWS Activate, provides you with the following:

11 Jul 2014 18:45

‘Going global’ means keeping an eye on markets all around the world. To follow this pattern, we built our meetup, taking place last Thursday, around the Eastern side of the map and invited Arturs Bernovskis, co-founder of Mailigen, to reveal the most interesting characteristics of the Asian market. Our learned lesson, in the end, would seem obvious, yet we decided to put it as another great remainder to all startups – know the rules of the game.