More than 15 teams started the journey to turn their ideas into reality
Pre-incubation programme had a successful kick-off. The first workshop „Ideation and team building“ brought together 50 enthusiastic people from different schools.
As a result of the workshop number of fantastic ideas, such as thermo fabric, anti-icicle, fine-memory and animal detector were presented. Everybody had a chance to share interests and skills as well as form teams.
The 2nd workshop „Business model canvas“ was on March 3 and just formed teams started to make their first steps towards understanding their value proposition and potential customers. Pärnu IdeaLab leaders shared tips on how teams can reach their customers and test their hypothesis.
participants' feedback this type of workshop enables to analyze an idea from different perspectives and create thorough business models. During the following weeks customer needs and hypothesis must be tested and adjustments made to business models. At the end of the month teams present their ideas to Idea Lab experts to get feedback and mentor's guidance. In order to sound clear and structured pitching skills are practiced on March 17.
Pre-incubation programme is financed by the European Social Fund.
Startup Lab gives impetus to Ukrainian business education
7 June marked the end of the two-year international cooperation project "Innosme" led by University of Tartu Startup Lab. The project focused on developing cooperation between Ukrainian entrepreneurs and universities by promoting the development and growth of self-confidence of women entrepreneurs.
First online Student Startup Camp
UT Institute of Computer Science, Garage48, and UT Startup Lab organized the 8th Student Startup Camp that brought together university students from all over Estonia. Due to coronavirus restrictions, the camp took place completely online.