05.10: eGovernance Semifinals

Creative Business Solutions: eGovernance Start-up competition Semifinals

Time: 05.10.2017

Place: Ülemiste City, Lõõtsa 6 Tallinn, Estonia

Participants: 35-40 people

Time Schedule Presenter
10:00 – 10:30 Registration  Kristiina Urb
10:30 – 10:45 Introduction Rasmus Wiinstedt Tscherning
10:45 – 11:00 Welcoming words from e-Governance Academy and keynote about e-services Hannes Astok
11:00 – 11:15 Keynote  Linnar Viik
11:15 – 11:30 Break
11:30 – 12:40 Pitching  3′ slideshow
12:40 – 13:40 Break
 13:40 – 14:00 Announcing the finalists
14:00-14:30 Break
14:30 – 15:00 Registration
15:00- 15:30 Teams presentations a’ 1 min
14:30 – 15:00 Pitching training  Gleb Maltsev
16:30 – 16:15 Inspiration talk  Sirla, SprayPrinter



Markko Karu Design’s role in enterprise: how the service design can help
In past 20 years has Markko consulted over 200 organizations with branding, packaging and communication issues, founded few creative companies and acted as a spokesperson for Estonian design industry. Today he is a Chief Design Officer of startup stock exchange Funderbeam, where early stage companies can raise money for their bold endeavours.


Rasmus Wiinstedt Tscherning  Founder & CEO, Creative Business Cup
   He has worked as Managing Director of CKO – Center for Cultural and Experience Economy (2009-15). Chairman of the European Creative Industries Alliance, appointed by the European Commission (2012-15). Co-chair of OMC Group on Access to Finance for Cultural and Creative Sectors (2014-15). Advisory Board Member Wallonia European Creative District, Copenhagen Business School, Master in Management of Creative Business Processes. Member of the Board for the Danish Cultural Institute and Roskilde Business College.


Andres Kütt Cybernetica
 Andres Kütt has his key skills in design, analysis and planning of
complex systems be it organisations, software systems or courses in a university. He has been responsible for architecture of very different information systems from a governmental agency to a global communications software provider with tens of millions of concurrent users. He has been in the software business for more than two decades and experiences a variety of development models in both private and public sector.


Linnar Viik  e-Governance Academy Programme Director
When traversing the European tech scene of the last 20 years, you’ll likely run into Linnar. He’s a former executive at Skype and Fortumo, advisor at the Nordic Investment Bank, and Board Member of the European Institute for Innovation and Technology. Linnar lectures Innovation Management at Tartu University and has been advising Estonian and many other governments on ICT and Innovation Policy. Linnar works as programme director at e-Governance Academy and is a co-counder and member of the board of Pocopay – all European everyday banking app and Mobi Solutions – active investment and holding partnership in European startup scenery.


 Margus Püüa  Senior Expert, e-Governance Academy
   Margus joined the e-Governance Academy in January 2017. Previously, he spent 12 years working in different positions related to the development of e-Government services at the Information System Authority, the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications and the IT and Development Centre of the Ministry of the Interior.
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