Ajujaht finals: special prizes
First place in Ajujaht (€30,000) was awarded to Timey, which produces best before indicators. Second place (€15,000) went to self-adhesive wood wall covering manufacturer Groveneer and third to board game manufacturer ALU (€5000).
Additionally, Ajujaht’s sponsors gave out a number of special prizes:
FUNDERBEAM SPECIAL PRIZE
Funderbeam crowdfunding platform’s special prize with the opportunity to visit three foreign markets to meet potential clients and investors was awarded to the winning team Timey.
SEB ESTONIA & ESTONIAN SOCIAL ENTERPRISE NETWORK’S SPECIAL PRIZE (€5000)
The prize was given to Võõras Sõber.
HARKU RURAL MUNICIPALITY’S SPECIAL PRIZE (€5000)
Harku Municipality’s favourite competitor was HopKid. The prize was given out by the Harku Rural Municipality Government.
CITY OF TALLINN’S SPECIAL PRIZE (€3000)
The prize was awarded to Lumebot. The prize was given out by the Tallinn Entrepreneurship Department.
CITY OF TARTU’S SPECIAL PRIZE (€4000)
The prize was won by Edible. The prize was given out by the Tartu City Government.
SAUE RURAL MUNICIPALITY’S SPECIAL PRIZE (€5000)
The title of this year’s Saue Rural Municipality’s favourite competitor went to HopKid via public vote. The prize was given out by the Saue Rural Municipality Government.
ESTONIAN EMPLOYERS CONFEDERATION’S SPECIAL PRIZE (€3000)
The prize went to Võõras Sõber. The prize was given out by the Estonian Employers Confederation.
TRINITI LAW FIRM’S SPECIAL PRIZE
The special prize was awarded to Timey. The prize includes support and advice on entering foreign markets. TRINITI has offices in all three Baltic States. The company’s cross-Baltic teams include experienced lawyers, top specialists, who serve clients in a total of eight working languages. TRINITI has time-tested partnerships with more than 150 leading law offices all over the world, which enable it to resolve clients’ legal issues quickly in most global financial and business centres.