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Kaleidoskoop Finals at sTARTUp Day

Kaleidoskoop Finals and STARTER Pitching Competition at sTARTUp Day 23.-25.01.2019

STARTER programme ends with business and project ideas competition Kaleidoskoop. 10 best teams will compete in the finals at international business festival sTARTUp Day. Two best STARTER teams get to compete at STARTER pitching.

The 10 best teams are (in alphabetical order):

  • MediBee - app for emergency rooms online queues.

  • Pick and Drive - a web-platform which unites driving students who seek for cheaper driving lessons and driving instructors who want to earn extra money.

  • Rosella Kunst - website which connects clients and artists. Clients can buy artwork based on a photo or an idea.

  • Stargazing - an app that offers an opportunity to seek for the spots with the least light pollution and cloud coverage to gaze at the stars.

  • The Joy of Giving - main vision is to contribute to reducing relative poverty in Estonia by building an e-commerce website where people will be able to order their lunch and get it delivered at their doorstep. With every purchase, clients contribute to providing meals to less fortunate families in Estonia.

  • TRIT -  makes translators more visible, translation more resource efficient and placing orders easier.

  • VEINC - is an innovative wine course for all wine lovers. It is based on subscription box service, that delivers 3 bottles of wine to your door every month, with educational information.

  • Vetik - is helping cosmetic producers substitute the unhealthy colorants with a new red colorant, which is natural, vegan and can have skin rejuvenating properties.

  • ViralSAT - combines satellite images with crowdsourced images of disaster events to provide better information for critical decision making.

  • VRE - the mobile app for real estate agencies to create 360 tours faster and without any extra technology.

  • 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 2 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 has to be in English.
  • Up to 3 slides can be used. Send them to Riin.Lisett.Rei@ut.ee. Deadline 21st of January. 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. 
Alo Lilles - Tartu City Government, Specialist in Business Development
Anu Oks -    Estonian Business Angles Network, Managing Director 
Martin Vares -  Fractory.co CEO and co-founder 
Moderator: Harald Lepisk

TOP 10 will compete for awards:
* Tickets to European Innovation Academy in Portugal.
* Tickets to technology and startup conference Latitude59 for a HealthTech idea. (From EIT Health).
* Financial award from Tartu City Government.
* 2 months free pass to sTARTUp Hub (from Contriber).
* 2 best STARTER teams get to pitch at STARTER Pitching for the Best STARTER  of the Year Team title.

The event is funded by the European Social Fund.

The event is funded by EIT Health. 

I am aware and I give my permission to:
1. Take pictures of me at the public event.
2. Use the pictures and videos for marketing purposes in the programme communications.
3. Use my information for entrepreneurship programme Edu ja Tegu participants statistics and feedback.

Contact info: Riin.Lisett.Rei@ut.ee