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Readers can get a glimpse into Estonian startup culture today as ERR News presents a livecast of "Mini Seedcamp," a traveling conference that will be hosted in Tallinn by Tehnopol Startup Incubator.

The livecast has ended but the video can be watched above.

Eleven companies from Estonia, Ukraine, Croatia and the UK will pitch their business ideas to a panel of experts and investors. The projects range from DNA-based dieting plans, language training software, Android for the elderly and high-tech toys.

The companies will be advised by marketing expert Colette Ballou and investors Christian Thaler-Wolski (Wellington Partners), Ophelia Brown (Index Ventures), Ganna Yevtusheko (Paypal) and Andris K. Berzins (Creandum).

See the Tehnopol and Seedcamp websites for more information.



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