Gintaras Vilda

   Gintaras Vilda

   Vice-Minister of the Economy and Innovation of the Republic of Lithuania

Curriculum vitae

Date of birth 5 January 1965
   
Education background
2004 cquired a qualifying degree of Master of Electrical Engineering at Kaunas University of Technology
1984 Completed the Electronic Engineering study programme at Kaunas Technical College (Kaunas High Technical School) Graduated from Kaunas 15th secondary school
2003 Graduated from Marijampolė Secondary School No 6 (Presently Sūduva Gymnasium)
   
Work experience
From 15/01/ 2018 Vice-Minister of Economy and Innovation of the Republic of Lithuania (to 31/12/2018 Vice-Minister of Economy of the Republic of Lithuania)
2014–12/01/2018 Director of LINPRA, the Lithuanian Engineering Industry Association
2014–12/01/2018 Chairman of the Board of public body Intechcentras
2013–2014 Chief Production Officer and Member of the Board of UAB Arginta Engineering
2009–2013 Director of public body Republican Energy Professionals Training Centre
2004–2009 Business Development Director at UAB Elektromontuotojas
2000–2003 Chairman of the Board of the Lithuanian Multiple Sclerosis Union
1998 –2004 Head of the Strategy Department, Head of the Kaunas Electricity Networks Division at AB Vakarų Skirstomieji Tinklai (presently AB ESO)
1998–2009 Director of UAB Šiaurės Žiedas
   
Miscellaneous
Foreign languages English, Russian
Hobbies Cycling, tennis, travelling, reading
Family Married; wife Milda, daughters Kristina, Evelina, Aurėja and son Tauras

• Competition policy;
• internal trade (including alcohol and tobacco control);
• policy on the prevention of late payments in commercial transactions;
• advertising of goods and services;
• the purchase of base metal scrap and waste;
• metrology;
• standardisation;
• creating a favourable environment for business;
• the development of small and medium-sized businesses;
• better application of regulatory measures to regulate the activities of economic operators (the reduction of administrative and other regulatory burden, simplification of legislation, quality improvement of legal regulation);
• business supervision;
• technology, innovation and space policy;
• business and science cooperation;
• the development of industry and services.

• Innovation and Industry Department;
• Business Environment Department;
• Agency for Science, Innovation and Technology;
• Lithuanian Metrology Inspectorate;
• Lithuanian Standards Board;
• public body Kaunas Science and Technology Park;
• public body Klaipėda Science and Technology Park;
• public body Lithuanian Innovation Centre
• AB Vilnius Metrology Centre.

Last updated: 21-01-2019