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Entrepreneurship platform “Everyone Can”

Designed to help small Lithuanian businesses grow more rapidly and develop.

About 2 500 small Lithuanian businesses have already joined the platform.

Why should you join?

  • You will develop your entrepreneurship skills with real practices;
  • You will find like-minded people;
  • You will find new clients;
  • You will have an opportunity to grow your business and make it more efficient with the help of a large team of Swedbank and partner experts.

Join and grow together with thousands of small Lithuanian businesses who have already become members of the entrepreneurship platform “Everyone Can”.

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About the platform

The entrepreneurship platform “Everyone Can” is designed to help small Lithuanian businesses grow more rapidly and develop.

Why you should join?
  • You will develop your entrepreneurship skills with real practices: seminars, events, exhibitions, fairs;
  • You will find like-minded people and will be able to share experience and insights with other platform members;
  • You will find new clients – we will help enhance visibility of your business;
  • You will have an opportunity to grow your business and make it more efficient with the help of a large team of Swedbank and partner experts.
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How to become an active member of the platform?

Join and grow together with thousands of small Lithuanian businesses who have already become members of Swedbank’s entrepreneurship platform “Everyone Can”.

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Sustainable development goals:

How can the business be involved? Why is this relevant to business?

Experts unanimously agree that without participation of business the achievement of these objectives will be impossible. Contribution to these objectives is a social mission of every company which aims at successful business. There are certainly a lot of reasons for that:

  • new business opportunities open up for those who take a creative approach to global ecological, social and economic challenges;
  • clients (in particular, the younger generation) increasingly more often consider corporate sustainability and social responsibility when choosing products and services;
  • investors much more favourably evaluate companies that pursue sustainability values;
  • employees better appreciate the employers whose values they approve of and with whom they can do meaningful positive things;
  • states have already started amending their legislation and applying more favourable conditions to businesses that operate in a sustainable and responsible manner.

How to start?

Firstly, you have to become acquainted with these objectives in order to understand which one are the most relevant to your company. Not all 17 objectives will be equally important for your activities.

The first task is to assess the areas in which your company’s activities have the highest impact. Consider not only the activities you perform, but also your suppliers, the production process, and other related operations. This will help you identify the areas in which you can increase a positive impact and those in which you can reduce or eliminate a negative impact.

The key issue is to assess the following several aspects:

  • In which areas does your company have a potential negative (direct or indirect) impact? It may be environmental pollution, plastic packaging of products, CO2 emissions due to transportation of products or parts thereof from distant countries, etc.
  • What are your company’s competences and technological possibilities that could enable a positive contribution to one or several objectives? Maybe you can help create more sustainable products, contribute to youth education, or encourage your clients to change their habits.

Define your goals

Defining specific and measurable sustainability goals helps establish general priorities of the entire organisation and rally employees and clients for a common goal. In addition, you will not only be able to set more meaningful business goals, but also to more efficiently communicate your socially responsible business.

Environmental goals may be connected to carbon emissions, waste, energy and water consumption, as well as the exploitation of other natural resources. Social goals are related to education, equal opportunities, reduction of exclusion, and combatting corruption.

Most importantly, keep in mind that all efforts are valuable, and you can start with little things.

More information on business opportunities in terms of sustainability is available on the SDG Compass website at

We share the success stories of the members of the platform “Everyone Can”. We hope that these stories will inspire you just like us and encourage to reach out for more in your business. Success comes to those who seek it rather than those who wait for it.


A business started by love for good food


Owner of fur business: if you envisage a few steps forward, you will not be afraid of warmer winters


Well-paid job exchanged for family business and love for flowers


A jewellery designer from Marijampolė dreams of sprucing up all female town dwellers


From a famous Lithuanian SPA centre to one’s own SPA space


Designer of ID Workshop accessories: about strengths that help lead in business

Rodyti daugiau

How a business idea can be protected from theft in the digital age?

Head of Swedbank Institute of Finances Jūratė Cvilikienė and partner of the law firm “Primus” Ernesta Žiogienė share their advice and knowledge about legal instruments, which may help protect oneself from competitors who are trying to copy one’s business idea or a concrete product.

Žiūrėti įrašą

Community business – a new way to create a work place?

The participants of the seminar together with Jūratė Cvilikienė – the discussion moderator and the head of the Institute of Finances, shared their insights about businesses of rural communities. The guests of the Internet seminar agreed that rural communities’ businesses in Lithuania are only at the initial stage of their development as compared with the situation in Western European countries. Part of initiatives are impeded by financing covering only 70-80% of the project value.

Žiūrėti įrašą

Is it better to learn from one’s own mistakes or from other’s mistakes?

Although bureaucracy or the shortage of funds are the most frequent factors deterring Lithuanian entrepreneurs from the thought to set up a business, yet, the participants of the seminar assured that there is always a way out. In addition, business ideas must be shared, because, as Algimantas Variakojis claims, it is far worse when an idea remains unfulfilled. This time, head of company “Bioproduktas” Dovydas Juškys, developer of the trade mark “Atsikeli ir varai” Aušra Šeduikytė and the partner of “Verslo angelų fondas” Algimantas Variakojis shared their advice and insights. The discussion was moderated by Head of Swedbank Institute of Finances Jūratė Cvilikienė.

Žiūrėti įrašą

How not to become a hostage of one’s own business: the balance between one’s business and personal life

Rest increases work productivity and creativity. It is easier to make important and responsible decisions after some rest. Is it possible to clearly define the line between the one’s business development and personal life? How not to become a hostage of work and how to find the balance? The creator of the smart food blender “Milo” Ruslanas Adam Trakšlis, psychotherapist Olegas Lapinas and Director of the Department of Entrepreneurship Gytis Morkūnas shared their insights. The discussion was moderated by Head of Swedbank Institute of Finances Jūratė Cvilikienė.

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