Lithuania is planning to build Europes largest startup campus in the capital Vilnius, as it looks to attract the next in tech talent. Lithuanian co-working company Tech Zity is investing 100m into the new campus which, upon completion in 2024, will provide private workspace for some 5,000 tech workers. The hub will also house co-working and co-living spaces, events spaces, meeting rooms, and no less than 10 restaurants. The site will be open 24/7 to cater to an increasing number of hybrid workers. The centre has a floor space equivalent to 10 football fields, making it two-thirds larger than Europes…

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