11st E*5 KAIST (2017 2nd Term)

KAIST’s Representative Student Startup Support Program

E*5 KAIST (11st)

  • 23 participating teams

    Total of  75 people

  • Duration

    2017. 9. 8 – 2017. 12. 1

  • Outstanding Teams

    Grand Prize 1 team / Runner-Up Prize 2 teams / Special Prize (Improvement Prize) 1 team / Activity Excellence Award 1 team


Grand Prize Winning Team


Runner-Up Prize Winning Team


Runner-Up Prize Winning Team


Special Prize(Improvement Prize) Winning Team


Activity Excellence Award Winning Team

  • Mentors

    11th Mentors

Hwaseong Jeon

Hwaseong Jeon

Mentor

CNTTECH CEO

Gijun Kim

Gijun Kim

Mentor

Director of K Cube Ventures

Taeyeong Jeon

Taeyeong Jeon

Mentor

Partner from BonAngels Partners

Seongjae Hwang

Seongjae Hwang

Mentor

Partner from FuturePlay

  • Seniors

    Senior entrepreneurs who participated in previous E*5 KAIST events

Jeongmin Oh(1st)

Jeongmin Oh(1st)

Representative

Representative from WhiteMind (하얀마인드)

Changgi Hong(8th)

Changgi Hong(8th)

Representative

Representative from H2K

Junyeong Lee(9th)

Junyeong Lee(9th)

Mentor

Representative from BABLABS

  • Details

    Conducting Mission + Activity


MISSIONOutlineScheduleActivity
Mission 1.
Business Model
Improving and Specifying Business Idea through the Establishment of Business Model1-night-2-days camp (September 8th, 2017 ~ September 9th, 2017)cont.
Mission 2.
Customer Discovery
Evaluating Idea Commercialization through the Understanding and Analysis of Target MarketEducation Period: September 12th, 2017
Coaching : Regular coaching sessions and continuous coaching sessions
Evaluation : October 27th, 2017
cont.
Mission 3.
Pitch Deck
Establishing Business Plan and Business OverviewEducation : October 31st, 2017
Coaching : Regular coaching and continuous coaching sessions
cont.
MISSION FINAL EvaluationOverview PitchingFinal Evaluation : December 1st, 2017cont.

19 teams that were selected out of 23 teams during the first round went through the commercialization of each idea by going through 3 steps. Each mission had education sessions, coaching sessions, and evaluation sessions.


Mission Education


Mission Coaching (By Seniors)


Mission Evaluation

1 mentor was in charge of education sessions per mission, and 3 Seniors (senior entrepreneurs) regularly/consistantly coached their corresponding teams. Teams that excelled in education and coaching sessions were given a chance to attain extra funding.


Mentoring



Teamwork


Networking



Research


Field Trip



Special Tutoring

During the program, teams visited mentors and went through mentoring sessions (Mentoring), had networking sessions (Networking), went on field trips to various startups, conducted market research (Research), and uploaded team meeting activities on Facebook (Teamwork).


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E*5 KAIST

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