10 best STARTER teams at UT Delta Economics Conference
Each student team has 3 minutes to pitch their idea to judges who have 5 min for questions and comments. This time the judges are Kuldar Leis, Vaido Mikheim and Jüri Tarkpea.
Here are the TOP 10 Kaleidoskoop teams
A Story- App for teaching storytelling to 5-9 year old children who have difficulties in acquiring storytelling skill
Akvalabs- Automated aquaponic systems for the food production industry, which allows utilizing waste of aquaculture farms.
Brand Student Company- Hair styling and repaying products made from natural ingredients.
ECO RACE- Game helping to learn how to consume reasonably.
Futuclass- Virtual reality game where players solve interesting and fun pre-made science puzzles and learn by doing
ImmobiTech- High quality novel multiwell systems for internal reflection microscopy with glass surfaces that are capable of immobilizing biomolecules and microorganisms like viruses.
io_developers- App-controlled optical eyeglasses enabling to adjust focus.
Produktiivsusklubi- Productivity training courses
Quantofin- Online platform for traders to protect their investment with an AI-powered risk management engine.
S.A.N.I.- Trustworthy platform for students looking for rental apartments
Top 10 teams will compete to win awards:
- A chance to pitch their idea at the University Startup World Cup in Copenhagen
- A chance to pitch their idea at sTARTUp Day 2020 STARTER Finals
- Free tickets to business festival sTARTUp Day 2020
- Tartu city government financial award
The Starter programme business ideas competition is funded by the European Social Fund.
Mentors give a new boost to STARTERtartu teams
Mentor Feedback Carousel Week 2021
5 tips for meeting mentors
Meeting with mentors is a good way to get feedback from people who have been involved in their field for a long time. They give honest feedback to your idea and guide you in the development of the idea. What do you need to know before meeting a mentor?