sTARTUp projects


Kaleidoskoop is the biggest students pitching competition in South-Estonia. Every autumn the Finals are held at the international business festival sTARTUp Day where 10 best teams will step on the pitching stage to present their validated business and project ideas to the panel of judges.  In Autumn Kaleidoskoop Finals take place at sTARTUp Day 2021 on 25. - 27.08.2021.

Winners of spring 2020 - S-Kub 

of autumn 2019 - Münt

of spring 2019 - io_developers

Winners of autumn 2018 - TRIT

Winners of 2018 spring - CarZam

Winners of 2017 autumn - Decomer Technology

Winners of 2017 spring  - Will Digital

Winners of 2016 autumn - Festera

Winners of 2016 spring - Konku

Wanna be the next Kaleidoskoop winner?
If Kaleidoskop sounds interesting to you and you think you have it all to win it, then all you have to do is register your idea to Kaleidoskoop pre-selection. Pre-selection takes place on 10 of December via online or on the spot. Registration opens and more detailed info will be posted in November. In the pre-selection round, 10 best teams will be selected to compete in the finals. 

Requirements to participate:

  • 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 5 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 can be either in English or Estonian. But keep in mind that TOP 10 can only pitch in English!
  • Up to 3 slides can be used. Send them to  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.
Read more about 2020 Kaleidoskoop in  Autumn semester. (more info coming in November)

    Kaleidoskoop is financed by EU Social Fund.