Kaleidoskoop TOP 10!
On Thursday Nov 30, UT IdeaLab student project and business idea competition Kaleidoskoop took place. 43 teams partook in the competition and the top 10 were selected to the next round - Kaleidoskoop Finals at sTARTUp Day on the UT IdeaLab pitching stage.
This semester’s competition included ideas from a wide area of topics, a large number of which included apps or websites.
Here are the 10 teams of Kaleidoskoop 2017 Autumn (in alfabethical order):
Decomer Technology OÜ
Congratulations to all 10 teams!
Also judges decided to inspire and motivate some of the teams with free tickets to sTARTUp Day!
These teams are:
Guide Your Way
Kaleidoskoop is the last event in the autumn semester’s program and Idealab is now ready to prepare for spring 2018. Right before Estonia’s 100th birthday, on February 22th, an inspiration event called „Idea Storm: 100 ideas, that will change the world“ is once again held. Dozens of experienced mentors are expected to join close to 300 participants to discuss finding solutions to problematic situations in many areas. The groups created, along with their ideas, are given the chance to grow through the STARTER Basic program in spring.
For students, Idealab is hosting the Student Startup Camp in collaboration with Garage48. The camp will be held during the winter break in early February and has previously brought over 100 students together, all with the goal to develop an idea to a prototype in just five days.
We are so proud of you and hope to see all of you at sTARTUp Day!
Thank you judges for all of your time and your great comments!
Thank you STARTER Advanced teams for your energy!
Thank you all for being brave enough to pitch your idea!
New year with new ideas! Join us at Idea Storm, 100 ideas that will change the world - inspiration event on Feb 22, 2018.UT IdeaLab
The STARTER programme is supported by the European Social Fund.
At the Starter launch event 32 innovative ideas were presented
Students competed for prizes at the Kaleidoskoop Finals
Kaleidoskoop, the biggest student pitching competition in South Estonia, reached the finals: five student teams presented their business ideas at the Startup Day business festival, held from 25 to 27 August.
UT Startup Lab proves that entrepreneurial education is possible online
Starter Tartu spring programme comes to an end with the spring semester. This semester was a challenge for both the Startup Lab and the students, because instead of physical meetings, all activities were organised online. Nevertheless, a large number of enterprising students completed the programme.