DeepTech Lounge Podcasts from sTARTUp Day

sTARTUp Day is wrapped up, so we have some vibes to share with you! Startup Estonia and Enterprise Estonia, with the Technology Transfer Services Team, presented 8 valuable quick talks in the DeepTech Lounge this year.We will continuously add all the podcasts together here for you.

  • March 16th
Topic: Open Innovation - a sustainable way of cooperation in the industry
By Kristi Kõrge, Development Cooperation Expert, Marija Rucevska - Managing Partner, Co-founder - Helve

Topic: Why investors say “no” to deep tech startups and how to fix it.
By Vaido Mikheim, Deep tech lead, Kalev Kaarna, Investor & Startup Coach @ Superangel

Topic: From Underrepresented to Unstoppable: Female Scientists Driving Breakthroughs in the Male-Dominated World of Deep Tech
By Sandra Saarniit Startup Community Development Manager, Nadežda Kongi, Co-founder @RedoxNRG

Topic: E – environmental, S – social, G – governance: What to do not to lose investment?
By Anet Adamson, Sustainability Project Manager, Mihkel Tamm, ESG Area Manager @ Swedbank

  • March 17th:
 Topic: IP strategy for the C-suite – it's a business tool, not a quirk in the law.
By Siim Kinnas, Technology Transfer Services Team Leader at EAS, Pekka Laakso, Patent Attorney @ Moosedog Oy

Topic: “What makes a VC fund an investable fund? For fund of funds. For startups.”
By Eve Peeterson, Head of Startup Estonia, Karl Järvsalu, Investment Manager at SmartCap

Topic: The EU money really helps a Deeptech!?
By Maria Värton, Innovation Finance Team Leader at EAS, Gary Urb, CEO @ UP Catalyst

Topic: Any IP is good IP? Why valued Estonian research gets stuck along the way.
By Vaido Mikheim, Deep tech lead, Rainis Venta, Chief Business Development Officer @ TalTech

Startup Estonia connects and supports Estonian startups and develops the sectoral ecosystem. The Estonian Business and Innovation Agency implement the Startup Estonia program. SmartCap implements the activities of the Startup Estonia research accelerator. The Startup Estonia program (project number EU50651) is financed from the resources of the European Regional Development Fund.

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