Belonging to the Fintech Community is great, being recognized is even better. Hyarchis has been mentioned as one of the leading Fintechs by Invest Lithuania, in their recent report The Fintech Landscape in Lithuania 2022-2023.
Hyarchis recently attended the Fintech Forward 2023 conference in Vilnius, where we connected with industry leaders, practitioners, and regulators. Highlight of the event was the presentation of the 6th edition of Invest Lithuania’s annual report, The Fintech Landscape in Lithuania 2022-2023. Hyarchis is one of the Fintechs showcased in the report, with our CEO Adriaan Hoogduijn praising the depth of talent in data sciences in Kaunas, and the presence of high-quality institutions of higher education, like Kaunas University of Technology and Vytautas Magnus University.
Hyarchis has been part of the Fintech community for a long time, and being named in the report is an honor as it reflects our growth story and position in the fintech community. We on our part are investing back into the fintech community with our newly established Data Science Academy. Also located in Kaunas, the Data Science Academy aims to train the next generation of data scientists.
“It’s crucial to stay in touch with the pulse of the Fintech, which is why we have been an active part of the Fintech community for a considerable period not only in the Netherlands but also in Lithuania,” says Simona Biveinytė, Marketing Manager at Hyarchis. “It’s a great feeling to have our efforts in innovation and growth acknowledged. This summer will mark Hyarchis’ fifth anniversary of operations in Lithuania, and we are proud to have contributed to the Fintech community in Lithuania.”
The annual Fintech Landscape in Lithuania Report provides an overview of the Fintech sector in Lithuania, its current state and development. The report features insights from a survey of Lithuanian Fintechs, which included Revolut and Shift4 Payments, as well as opinion pieces from public and private sector leaders, including Bank of Lithuania, on topics such as regulation, innovation, and the country’s business climate.
The report can be downloaded here.