Lithuania's media relations system Zen PR is set to expand into the Baltic and Scandinavian countries, the business daily Verslo Zinios reported on Thursday.
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Founded more than two years ago, the startup expects to grow its business by two and a half times as a result of the expansion drive.

"Not only Lithuanian companies will be able to send press releases to Latvia or Estonia, but businesses in neighboring countries will be able to use this service as well," Zen PR CEO Arnas Grigaliunas told the paper.

"It took us a couple of months to enter the Baltic markets, and we have set ourselves the goal of entering a new country each month starting next year," he added.

The company has nearly 400 customers. It was founded by Grigaliunas, Vytenis Skarnulis, Dovydas Stulpinas and Gintaras Gimzauskas. The latter has left the business.

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