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Lithuanian entrepreneurs have taken the top four places in Forbes 10 most inspiring startups from the Baltics, with Daumantas Dvilinskas creator and CEO of TransferGo named the number one start-up in the Baltic States.
Daumantas Dvilinskas
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TranferGo is an online digital money transfer platform that makes international money transfers easier. Founded in 2012, the company employs 40 people in London and Vilnius and operates in more than 40 countries with over 100,000 customers.

Co-founder of Vinted.com, Milda Mitkutė, Lithuania‘s most successful start-up, was ranked in second place. The international clothing exchange portal has already attracted $27 million in investment from venture capitalists.

In third place for the Baltic States, Forbes named Edmundas Balčikonis, the head and co-founder of TrackDuck, a company provides visual feedback service for websites. Ranked fourth in the Baltics is Lithuanian entrepreneur Matas Jakutis, who founded Filippo Loreti with his brother Danielius, a watch brand inspired by the Italian style. The company’s selling watches from special collections for under $150.

Latvian Matis Ansviesulis rounds out the top five he is leader and co-founder of Creamfinance, a technology-oriented consumer lending company that operates throughout Europe.