Hands-on extra-curricular business development program STARTER Basic provides knowledge and skills for student start-up projects and helps teams to shape their ideas into tested business models.
Semester-long STARTER program consists of workshops that guide teams from ideation to business model. Teams receive individual mentoring from start-up founders or entrepreneurs and regular performance evaluation from instructors. Program ends with business and project ideas competition Kaleidoskoop that has a number of cash prizes and access to start-up ecosystem services.
In autumn 2017 the STARTER program takes place in Pärnu and Virumaa.
STARTER program is funded by European Social Fund.