The European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) empowers entrepreneurs and innovators to turn their best ideas into product, services and jobs for Europe. ALINA company CEO, Solvita Kostjukova, is one of entrepreneurs that encourage to build and develop sustainable product innovations for more traceable and transparent business future.
ALINA LIFE product is awarded with Silver Material Health Certificate. The Material Health Certificate is awarded to products assessed against the requirements in the Material Health category of the Cradle to Cradle Certified™ Product Standard. The Material Health achievement level (Basic, Bronze, Silver, Gold, or Platinum) is shown in the certificate’s upper right corner. A Material […]
ALINA has completed the project “Protection of wood surfaces using environmentally friendly materials (Koksnes virsmu aizsardzība, izmantojot videi draudzīgus materiālus)” that was started on 01.09.2017 and completed 31.12.2018. In accordance with the contract No. 22.214.171.124/16/A/005 between “Competence center of smart materials and technologies” Ltd. and the Central Finance and Contracting Agency, concluded on 26th of September, 2016, the study […]
ALINA company has been awarded with German-Latvian Business Award 2018 by German-Baltic Chamber of Commerce. The international jury has chosen five finalists which had the opportunity to present themselves at the German-Baltic Business Awards ceremony. ALINA was selected as a winner among leading tech-companies as Castprint, Cenos, Mintos and Squad Robotics. All finalists represent new companies/ startups developing […]
Today Solvita Kostjukova, ALINA CEO attends 2nd EU Critical Raw Materials Event- Critical Raw Materials in our everyday life. The second Annual Critical Raw Materials (CRMs) Event offers an opportunity to a variety of stakeholders to get a fresh update about the latest EU activities in the field of Critical Raw Materials. The event is […]
Today ALINA CEO, Solvita Kostjukova in Brussels presented already signed grant project with Europe Union (Total amount: 2 398 160 EUR) in the EU LIFE kick-off meeting. Project co-beneficiaries University of Latvia and Riga Technical University. The Project objective is to reduce the impact of toxic chemicals on the environment and human health by reducing […]