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This is a personal summary and a collection of tweets from the sTARTUp Day 2019 in Tartu, Estonia. Continue reading
On the 8th of December the second edition of the start-up flagship event sTARTUp Day will take place in the AHHAA centre. Almost a year ago the first edition of sTARTUp day was organised, and it proved even bigger and … Continue reading
As the co-founder of Garage48 Foundation, Priit Salumaa has been doing hackathons in 12 countries for 4 years now. He discusses what 48h hackathons can and cannot achieve. Continue reading
Yrjo Ojasaar, an internationally successful entrepreneur, consultant, and teacher, speaks about the upcoming disruption in global education, constituents of good entrepreneurial education, and startups.
Find out what Georg Singer, a development manager at the UT Institute of Computer Science, thinks about the ‘startup nation Estonia’ and how it compares to his home country, Austria. Continue reading