The 48-hour international hackathon "City to Sea" took place from April 22 to 24 in Riga. 117 participants from 18 countries were competing for the main prizes.
The City to Sea hackathon was part of the Mission Sea 2030. The mission's core objective is to address issues regarding climate change, pollution, and the circular economy by creating an environment conducive to the creation of innovative projects and sustainability.
After 121 meetings with mentors, pitch sessions and the idea evaluation process by an international jury, 6 teams behind the best business ideas for aquaculture and mobility challenges received 18 000 euros.