Congratulations Decomer Technology on being selected to the Extreme Tech Challenge finals! This is another big step forward. We are so proud that you participated in our STARTER Advanced programme a couple years ago. It is so great to see that now you are conquering the world. We wish you all the best in the
WHAT will I get and learn in STARTER – that is a common question. We asked the same question from alumnis. Here are the answers. Check for yourself! What were your expectations to the STARTER program? Knowledge about entrepreneurship/business/startups 33%Idea development 21%New experiences 17%Start a business 10%Find contacts 9%No expectations 7% What do you think
4 STARTER teams are competing in Ajujaht top30! Congratulations to A Story, Akvalabs, CommuniCare ja Recovery Companion and fingers crossed! A Story is an application designed to teach 5-9 year-olds to tell stories through an animated series of images. The application is also useful for teaching children with special needs. CommuniCare is a social
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
STARTER mentor Vaido Mikheim is also the entrepreneurship education programme Edu ja Tegu mentor of the year 2019! Award was given by minister of education and science Mailis Reps on 26th of November in Tallinn.
On the 23rd of October, 2019 110 STARTERtallinn team members and 46 mentors gathered together in the Estonian Acadamy of Art to communicate with each other and discuss business.Teams introduced their business ideas, mentors gave them feedback and valuable advice for further development.Was a very busy night! Big thanks to all cooperation partners and mentors
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
The University of Tartu’s sTARTUp Lab launched the new season of its business idea development programme STARTERtartu on 26 September with the Idea Hackathon. The opening event brought together 150 entrepreneurship-minded students from high schools and universities who presented their ideas, joined teams and later that same night started working together on their business ideas.
STARTERautumn 2019 started with records – there were over 400 people participating in launch events in Tallinn, Tartu, Pärnu and Narva! Next step – seminars and mentor dates. And then – the finals 🙂 Will the next winner of Estonia’s best business idea Ajujaht come again from STARTER? Look more photos here: STARTERtartu STARTERtallinn STARTER@virumaa
Olga Vovk, a co-founder of Recovery Companion, a successful healthcare startup company, and STARTERtallinn alumni, shares her student experience of living in Estonia and some professional thoughts on the country’s digital transformation. This article is part of the Alumni Success Stories series, created in collaboration with the Estonian tech news platform Geenius.ee. Article is published