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.
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 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.