First ever Estonian creative industries hackathon!

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Dear student!
The first ever Estonian creative industries hackathon will be held in
Tallinn from the *29th to the 31st* *of January*. *Loomehäkk* will bring
together creative minds, IT specialists and business development experts.
During 48 hours the participants will create new products and services in
fields like gaming, movies, music, cultural heritage, design, television,
art, literature and performing arts.
You can join the Loomehäkk hackathon with your idea and team, or you may
come and listen to the ideas of others in order to join a cool team. Top
creative industry and startup mentors will help the teams with their skills
and know-how. Ideation and team matchmaking will take place on Friday. On
Sunday evening the teams must be ready to present their service/product
prototype in front of a jury. The jury will pick the best teams and will
hand out awesome prizes.
All the hackathon partners will provide challenges/problems, industry
trends and development ideas that can serve as a starting point for the new
Partners of Loomehäkk include: Digix, IGDA, GameFounders, Estonian Digital
Center, Creative Mobile, Tallinn University, Estonian Academy of Arts,
Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre, Estonian Business School, UT
Viljandi Culture Academy, Estonian Entrepreneurship University of Applied
Sciences, University of Tartu, Estonian University of Life Sciences,
Tallinn University of Technology, Music Estonia, Black Nights Film
Festival, Estonian Film Institute, Estonian Public Broadcasting, Brand
Manual, TERE AS, Microsoft, Eesti Telekom/VUNK, Estonian National Museum,
Estonian Film Archives.
Participation is free of charge for all students. University discount code
*EKA2016 *is required during the registration process. Please be prepared
to present a document (e.g. ISIC card) on the site to prove your student
Register for the event:
Additional information available at:
Contact person: Marek Mühlberg,, +372 5510204

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