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Digital Accelerator of Latvia support

Digital Accelerator of Latvia is a part of the European Digital Innovation Hub, which aims to support Latvian enterprises and government institutions in order to help catalyse digital transformation. Helve is the official partner of Digital Accelerator of Latvia network.

 

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What is the Digital Accelerator of Latvia?

The Latvian Digital Accelerator is an EU & Latvian backed initiative aimed at helping SMEs improve their digital skills and embrace digital transformation. The program offers a variety of services to help Latvian businesses stay competitive in the digital age.

The objectives of Digital Accelerator of Latvia (DAoL) are to promote digital transformation and innovation, to improve the competitiveness of Latvian companies and the quality of public services through new digital solutions, to boost investments in research and development of ICT technology.

DAoL is designed as a one-stop agency to help entities become more competitive regarding their digitalisation processes, products, or services.

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How to Apply for support from the Digital Accelerator of Latvia?

Applying for support from the Latvian Digital Accelerator is easy! Simply visit digitallatvia.lv and follow the application process. When choosing your preferred training provider, be sure to select Helve to have your courses 100% covered.

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Why Choose Helve as Your Training Provider?

At Helve, we are passionate about empowering SMEs to embrace digital transformation and succeed in today's fast-paced business environment. We offer a range of training courses and workshops that are tailored to the needs of SMEs.

Our trainers are industry experts with years of experience helping SMEs leverage digital technologies to improve their operations, increase their efficiency, and drive growth. We take a hands-on approach to training, using real-world examples and practical exercises to ensure that our courses are both engaging and informative.

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