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LabSuit goes to Vilnius for LOGIN Fare

Good news!!!

We're flying to Vilnius, Lithuania to take part in LOGIN Fare, which will take place on 24-26 of May!!!

Special thanks to Startup Lithuania team for organizing the pitch battle event at Tel Aviv and granting a winning place! LabSuit will have a great company with the other two startups from Israel, Distribyte, and SwitchRTC.

We've got some introductions to PI's at Vilnius University, so we plan to get back with new labs that would fall in love with LabSuit!

Read more here at the official Startup Lithuania page:
http://www.startuplithuania.lt/en/news/switchrtc-distribyte-and-labsuit-coming-to-login-startup-fair-from-tel-aviv

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