Russian drone developer Fixar has obtained Latvian start-up visa, selecting Latvia as a starting point for the company’s development in international market, LETA learned from the company representatives.
Konstantin Siniushin, the chairman of directors council at Fixar, said that Latvia has been selected because it has a strong history of engineering and technologies, and also today it is a good place for start-up development.
“Latvia’s legislation and financial support has ensured a stable jumpstart for such technologies companies as Fixar,” he said.
Fixar was established in 2017. The company started to supply its products to Eastern Europe and Middle Asia in 2019, and to Canada and the US in 2020.