Kaleidoskoop is the biggest students’ business and project ideas competition in South-Estonia. In the final round, the 10 best teams will step on the stage at sTARTUp Day business festival to present their validated business and project ideas to the panel of judges. This semester Kaleidoskoop takes place on 30 Dec 2019 at sTARTUp Day.
European Institute for Innovation & Technology in Health together with sTARTUp Lab (former UT Idealab) introducing innovative and solution-driven e-lab programme - Smart-Up Lab
6-weeks distance learning + 2-weeks cruise hackathon formula on the cruise ship.
The project " Transforming Estonian Best Practice of Practical Entrepreneurship Studies to Ukrainian Universities“ aimed to promote entrepreneurial mindset and entrepreneurship skills among Ukrainian students based on the best practices in Estonia.
The main aim of EstLat-Accelerate is to prepare and carry out three pre-acceleration programmes that are jointly organized in Tartu and Riga. Each round of pre-acceleration takes about four months and has a specific ICT focus that varies from programme to programme.
10 Best Teams to Kaleidoskoop Finals
On the 12th of December one of the biggest students’ business ideas competition Kaleidoskoop Pre-selection round took place for the 13th time at the SPARK HUB. 36 teams pitched their ambitious business ideas to the jury who selected 10 best to go to Kaleidoskoop Finals at the business festival sTARTUp Day on the 30th of January.
Take Part in the Youth Business and Project Ideas Competition
We are inviting all student teams to participate in the pre-selection round of Kaleidoskoop, biggest business ideas competition in South Estonia. Registration is open until 9th of December at sTARTUp Lab’s webpage.
sTARTUp Lab’s Teams Were Spinning Around at the Mentor Feedback Carousel
On 24th of October sTARTUp Lab hosted a Mentor Feedback Carousel which brought together STARTER and Smart-Up Lab programme teams and experienced mentors to help teams develop their ideas. Teams rotated between mentors to get feedback to their ideas from different experts. By the end of the event, mentors invested virtual play money checks to the teams they liked the best.