IdeaLab invites you to participate in the biggest youth business and project ideas competition in South-Estonia
University of Tartu IdeaLab invites all the students to
participate in the biggest youth business and project ideas competition in South-Estonia!
It is a great opportunity for any young entrepreneur to gain some publicity,
get feedback from start-up mentors and win valuable prices.
Participating in Kaleidoskoop is a great opportunity to gain valuable feedback from mentors, network with start-up opinion leaders and win several valuable prices. The best team will be awarded with tickets to the semi-final of Polar Bear Pitching competition where entrepreneurs have to give their pitches while standing waist deep in ice cold water!
“Our team got really good
feedback, which is one of the most important things for early-phase start-ups,”
says one of the last Kaleidoskoop’s finalists Jürgen Jürgenson, CEO of Pürg. “We
also found couple of mentors who are still in contact with us and always ready
to answer our questions”. Other finalists in spring where real estate renting platform Konku, Climate Kic Launchpad Europe winner Gleather, hiring service HireHunt ect.
Kaleidoskoop takes place in two rounds. The first round of Kaleidoskoop will take place on 7th December at UT IdeaLab. Then the 10 best teams will be selected to participate in the finals at the international business festival Startup Day on 9th December. In both rounds teams will have 2 minutes to pitch their idea and 5 minutes to answer the jury’s questions. Applying to Kaleidoskoop is open until 1st December!As success in Kaleidoskoop requires good idea presenting skills , there will be a pitching training at UT IdeaLab on 1st December 4 PM, held by entrepreneur and award-winning pitching trainer Gleb Maltsev. Seminar is free and open for everyone, but please register before on IdeaLab’s web!
UT IdeaLab Communications
(+372) 52 690 71
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.