Final event of project Springboard

Tallinn Science Park Tehnopol, together with project partners, is inviting you to take part of the Final Event of the EU Interreg Central Baltic programme project Central Baltic Startup Springboard on September 28th, 2017.

Time: 2 PM – 10 PM

Venue: Erinevate Tubade Klubi, Telliskivi 60-A1, Tallinn, 4th floor

The Final Event will concentrate on project’s achievements, best practises, experiences and lessons learned.

Keynote speaker Sten Tamkivi, former CEO of Skype Estonia and co-founder and CEO of Teleport will give an inspirational speech on crossborder collaboration and remote work.

Best of Springboard programmes’ teams will pitch and present themselves, talk about what they succeeded and failed in and how did crossborder collaboration help with their idea or company.

After the formal part of the event is over, be ready for some laughter, good music and lots of networking!

If you’re interested in cross-border collaboration, how to make it work, what project partners have learned from the process, how students progress into entrepreneurs, what will the future bring regarding crossborder collaboration and remote working and enjoy making new international contacts, come join us!

Please RSVP here by September 26th



14:00    Gathering

14:15     Introduction to the project

14:45     Keynote speaker: Sten Tamkivi

15:30     Panel discussion, moderated by Harald Lepisk

16:15     Coffee Break & Networking

16:45     Pitching

18:30     Networking Dinner

19:30     Comedy Estonia

20:00     Networking

20:30     Pop Idiot

21:15     Networking

Approx. 22:00 End of the Event.


About Central Baltic Startup Springboard

Central Baltic Startup Springboard supports the development of new startups in Turku, Tallinn and Riga and their cross-border collaboration. Springboard provides a supported path towards entrepreneurship by implementing three joint 10-week business acceleration programs and coaching for the most potential teams. Targeted B2B matchmaking activities will also be organised in order to support already established early-stage companies.

By combining expertise across borders, it is easier to find potential business ideas and to establish globally competitive joint teams with versatile know-how and experience. The main result of the Springboard project is an increased capacity to produce international startups in the Central Baltic region. The Springboard will achieve 15 new joint or co-operating knowledge intensive Central Baltic companies aiming for rapid growth.