Monthly Archives: June 2020

29. June 2020

Tehnopol Startup Incubator awaits space technology startups for vigorous growth program

Tehnopol Startup Incubator invites all space technology start-ups and growth companies to apply for the Go2Space-HUB growth program. The aim of the program is to support the rapid growth and development of companies in the field of space technology. Estonian space technology startups are expected to apply for the Tehnopol Startup Incubator in Tallinn. The

29. June 2020

5 reasons why you should apply to Startup Incubator

The first round of the renewed growth program is in full swing, and already on July 1, the last workshop will take place, where we will learn pitching! Also, we are looking for the startups to apply to the second batch, which will start in September – just fill out a short application here. If

15. June 2020

Attorney-at-law Timo Kullerkupp: startup activities must be organized like a well-cleaned housekeeping

In May, the startups from the Tehnopol Startup Incubator participated in the workshop on legal issues, presented by the lawyers from the law firm RASK. After the workshop, we talked with one of the attorney-at-laws at RASK, Timo Kullerkupp, about some important legal issues that every startup needs to know. Read the interview with Timo

08. June 2020

Join Tech Me Happy International Online Hackathon

The aim of the Tehnopol Startup Incubator is to help Estonian technology based startups grow and reach the wide world. We are super happy to invite you all to the Tech Me Happy online hackathon, organized within the Northbound Startups project. What makes you tech-happy? Is it a high-speed internet connection, an ultra-thin mobile phone

03. June 2020

Deep tech startups in pandemic Europe: sharing a glimpse of hopeful future

The pandemic has caused a news reality including a global lockdown, quarantine regime and physical isolation. As most businesses faced difficulties due to Covid-19 pandemic, Scale-up Champions team as Startup Europe Ambassadors had launched the deep tech startup survey, an initiative to develop a dialogue with businesses to spot their needs. From Tallinn, to Barcelona, Kaunas, Leipzig,