Ga verder naar de inhoud

City To Sea Hackathon

Fri, April 22, 2022 + 1 Other date
Gustava Zemgala gatve 74a, New Teika, Riga, Latvia and online


The Baltic Sea region is home to more than 85 million people living next to one of the most polluted and densely trafficked seas in the world.
City to Sea hackathon will address this by aligning innovative ecosystems with leading initiatives such as New European Bauhaus, Fit For 55, and the European Green Deal.


From April 22 to 24, powered by the Mission "Sea 2030”, Riga will host an international 48-hour hackathon "City to Sea" dedicated to Aquaculture and Urban Mobility.

The total prize budget is 9000 EUR per track. Applications for hackathon are open until April 15. The best teams will be awarded cash prizes and have a chance to pilot solutions with the major industry players.


Hackaton "City to Sea'' is organized by the Latvian Investment and Development Agency and facilitated by Riga Technical University, the innovation movement VEFRESH with the support of the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) innovation community EIT Food and EIT Urban Mobility, as well as the Lithuanian digital innovation centre Agrifood Lithuania DIH.


Friday, April 22

  • 16:00 Opening Ceremony
  • 17:00 Pitching
  • 18:00 Teamwork begins

Saturday, April 23

  • 10:00 Checkpoint #1
  • 11:00 Mentoring sessions
  • 14:00 Joint workshop & teamwork
  • 18:00 Checkpoint #2

Sunday, April 24

  • 10:00 Checkpoint #3
  • 11:00 Teamwork & final mentoring sessions
  • 14:30 Pitching Session
  • 16:30 Winners Announcement
  • 18:00 Networking on-site (Fantadroms)


Visit the event's official website HERE.


Application deadline: Friday, 22nd April, at 23:59.

Our other events

EIT Food Business Plan Amendment Webinar

August 09, 2022 + 1 other date
EIT Food North-West is hosting a webinar for EIT Food Partners to learn about EIT Food's business plan amendment and how it may impact them.
Summer school for Master and PhD students in Bornholm
Summer school for Master and PhD students in Bornholm