Time: 22nd of May
Place: Creative Hub, Põhja pst 27a, Tallinn, Estonia
Theme of the day: Working out business models.

Sharpen your network, your pitching and business concept.

10:00 - 10:30 Teams presentations a’ 1 min
10:30 - 12:30 Design's role in enterprise: how the service design can help – Markko Karu
12:30 - 12:45 Energy boost
12:45 - 13:45
Business Model training run by Juko-Mart Kõlar
13:45 - 14:15
14:15 - 15:15
Business Model training continues
15:15 - 15:30
Energy boost
15:30 - 17:00
Pitching training run by Gleb Maltsev

Markko KaruDesign'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.

Juko-Mart Kõlar Business Model training
Estonian Business School Doctoral student in the speciality of management sciences. He has graduated from the Estonian Humanitarian Institute at the Tallinn University in the speciality of sociology and the Sibelius Academy in the speciality of Cultural Administration.

He has also studied as an exchange student in the United States of America, studied conducting at the Estonian Music Academy and sociology at Helsinki University. He works as the Managing Director of MTÜ Eesti Muusika Eksport (Estonian Music Export).

Gleb Maltsev Pitching training
Runs Stoneful, a creative content agency that practices the art and craft of communication — through writing, presentations, and design. He is a co-founder of Fundwise, the crowd investment platform for small and medium-sized businesses in the CEE region. He is an award-winning pitch trainer and has worked with companies across every major sector, be it a SaaS platform, a Telecom or a decades-old freight forwarder. Each year, he trains the companies for Ajujaht, Mektory, EAS trade fairs, and has cofounded the Prototron Academy. Before handling marketing at Trigon Capital, he has helped build Fits.me, a company that has been covered by both Wired and Vogue as well as Bloomberg. The company has since been acquired by Rakuten in July of 2015.