Lithuania has the largest ICT industry in the Baltic States with outstanding potential for both domestic and foreign expanding businesses.
There are more than 20,000 IT professionals employed in the market with an additional generation of around 4500 studying IT curriculums in 15 higher education institutions across the country. It is expected that by 2015, products of IT, laser technologies, biotechnologies, nanotechnologies and material sciences will constitute 25 % of Lithuania's GDP and 80 % of national export.
With the world's leading ICT infrastructure and an impressive list of significant European and global records, Lithuania is becoming the Northern Europe Service Hub.
Despite the fact that Smart IT Cluster companies are already leaders in providing software solutions for the agricultural, banking and energy sectors, we are always looking for more innovations in these sectors and opportunities in new ones.