Kaleidoskoop is the biggest students’ business and project ideas competition in South-Estonia, taking place for the 10th time already! In the final round, the 10 best teams will step on the stage to present their business and project ideas. This year the competition will take place at the just-opened UT Library! STARTER Basic and EstLat-Accelerate teams will participate in the competition among other student teams! Kaleidoskoop takes place together with UT Demo Day!
12.00-13.30 Kaleidoskoop pre-selection round
14.00-15.30 Kaleidoskoop finals
15.45-... Announcing the winners of Kaleidoskoop
Pitching at the JA Europe Enterprise Challenge in Riga
Tickets to Latitude59 in TallinnsTARTUp Day 2019 tickets
Tartu City monetary award
- 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 1st round is in 2 allocated rooms, questions will be asked in case the number of registered teams in a room is 12. In case more than 12 teams show up organisers have a right to limit or cancel time for Q&A.
- At the finals, all the teams will have 5 minutes for questions from the jury.
- A perfect pitch would include following information: team name, description of the problem, offered solution, potential market, competition, business model, the competence of the team.
- A pitch has to be in English.
- Up to 3 slides can be used. Send them to Riin.Lisett.Rei@ut.ee. Deadline16th of May. Slides need to be ppt file in size 16x9 and may not contain animations (because these might not work).
- Team must be registered before 16th May 23:59.
If you need more information write to Riin.Lisett.Rei@ut.ee
1. Team's assessment of the need/problem
2. The quality, novelty, and potential of the solution
3. Progress and business model validation.
4. Team's capabilities
Pre-selection judges are:
|Room nr 1||Room nr 2|
|Denis Kovalenko |
|Sven Parkel |
|Sven Lilla||Laur Lõhmus |
The Finals judges are:
1. Erik Puura - Vice-Rector for Development at the University of Tartu
2. Siim Espenberg - The City Council of Tartu, Chief Specialist in Business Development
3. Kei Karlsson - Co-founder of GoWorkaBit
The event is funded by European Social Fund.