Last week on Tuesday, January 23, the first agorateka annual Network Meeting took place at the European Union Intellectual Property Office’s (EUIPO) premises.
A number of public sector representatives and national portal operators from the EU Member States met to evaluate last year's developments, to exchange good practices and to discuss future initiatives. Latvia was one of the countries that presented its experience in creating a national portal by using the EUIPO tool-kit.
This was also an opportunity for participants to strengthen their mutual collaboration.
AGORATEKA - the European online content portal has quickly gained recognition since it was launched in 2016, already having the support of 13 Member States, with a further five strongly committed to joining very soon.
Latvia was one of the pilot countries that created the national portal Ņem droši! and joined AGORATEKA from the very beginning.