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Kaleidoskoop Finals at sTARTUp Day
30.01.2020 at 10.30.



STARTER programme ends with business and project ideas competition Kaleidoskoop.  Kaleidoskoop is one of the biggest students’ business ideas competition in Estonia organized by the University of Tartu sTARTUp Lab. 10 best teams from Kaleidoskoop pre-selection will compete in the finals at international business festival sTARTUp Day. Two best STARTER teams get to compete at STARTER pitching.
Read more about Kaleidoskoop Pre-selection round

10 best teams that made to Kaleidoskoop Finals

  • CommuniCare - Volunteers service for care homes.
  • DLC - App that presents landcover changes in a user-friendly way.
  • LunchToGo - Eco-friendly food boxes.
  • Münt - Eco-friendly toothpaste tablets.
  • WATSON (former RDV) - Software that gives recommendations for a healthy lifestyle based on blood test results.
  • Ropotty- Online potty training programme and rent of accessories for parents.
  • SafeCharge - Smartphone charging lockers.
  • Spectra&Mass - Self sampling blood test kit.
  • Vapour Therapy - Healing herb vapour experience.
  • VOOK - Scanner for monitoring changes in skin formations.

TOP 10 will compete for awards like:
  • Financial award from Tartu City Government
  • Tickets to TechCill business festival
  • Special awards form sTARTUp Lab
  • Best STARTERtartu programme team will pitch in STARTER finals where you can win tickets to Arctic15 business festival
Jury:
  • Triin Kask (Nevercode co-founder)
  • Kalev Kaarna (Alpine House Superangel)
  • Alo Lilles (Chief Business Development Specialist at Tartu City Government)



Requirements for participation:
  • At least 50% of the team members should be students from universities, vocational or general education schools.
  • All the teams have 3 minutes for a pitch. 
  • The teams will have 2 minutes for questions from the jury.
  • A perfect pitch would include the following information: team name, description of the problem, offered a solution, potential market, competition, business model, the competence of the team.
  • A pitch has to be in English.
  • Up to 3 slides can be used. Send them to Andres.vaher@ut.ee. Deadline 14th of January. Slides need to be ppt file in size 16x9 and may not contain animations (because these might not work). If more than 3 slides are sent, organizers will select 3 to put to the ppt. There is a slide with the team name for each team.