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Batch 4 Demo Day 

Save the date for our Demo Day on 8 December at the Garage48 HUB Tartu where the teams from our 4th batch will show what they have been working on for the past couple of months.

The demo day will be a proper mix of hardware, creative industries and health-tech as you get to see Plugzee, Waldo, Razorfocus, SprayPrinter, NoseX, Prambag, TheO and Toona.  As usual, the pitches will be followed up with networking and a party to celebrate the end of the programme for batch 4. 

However, if you want to meet the teams before the 8 December, there is a good chance to do so either at the Silicon Valley Comes to the Baltics conference in Riga on 7 November or at Slush on 11 - 12 November. 

Oh and by the way, the applications for our Spring '16 batch are now open - apply here

HWTrek workshop in Tallinn 17 Nov 

HWTrek and BuildIt are organising a hardware manufacturing workshop in the Tehnopol Science Park in Tallinn. The day-long workshop is addressing questions ranging from finding suitable factories and getting the best prices to the roles of people involved in the manufacturing process. 

More info and registration here but as the spaces are limited then be quick. Also, only one person per team allowed.  

Solu launches 

Buildit's alumni, Solu, has finally unveiled what they have been working on for the past nine months and has launched a Kickstarter campaign for a new type of computer, aiming to revolutionise the world of computing. The campaign ends on 14 Nov so there is still time to back the revolution and get your own Solu device.   

Waldo opens pre-orders

Waldo - a bike security start-up from our current batch - has opened pre-sales for their intelligent alarm system for urban cyclists. Comprised of a device mounted on the bike and a mobile app, the device triggers a loud alarm and notifies the user on their smartphone if their bike is being tampered with. Early bird prices available until 15 Nov on Waldo's website

Sprayprinter is getting noticed

Another team from this batch, Sprayprinter, is gaining media attention with their new way of printing artworks straight onto walls. Check out the coverage on Gizmodo and Designboom and make sure to sign up for pre-orders on their website. 


Buildit Accelerator

Buildit Creative Industries is supported by Enterprise Estonia and the EU Regional Development Fund.

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