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Posted May 10, 2018.
8200 Social Program - #4 Cycle Startup Showcase
Join us for our 2018 Startup Showcase!
After five long, intense and productive months, we're delighted to invite you to our startup showcase, culminating the fourth cycle of the 8200 Social Program.
Our startups will share their cutting-edge technologies, including AI, VR and Machine Learning, in order to make our world a better place.
Each of our ten startups will give a five-minute presentation. After the presentations, you're invited to stay for lunch and networking with the entrepreneurs.
Time and Location
May 23rd, 09:00 - 13:00 (Lunch included).
Bank Hapoalim Club - 11 Hanegev Street, Tel Aviv - Rubinstein Towers, Building B, 1st Floor.
9:00-9:45 - Gathering
9:45-10:00 - Opening remarks
10:00-10:15 - 'Climbing the Social Ladder’ - An inspirational talk by Rony Zarom, Founder and Chairman of Unistream, which was awarded the Intercultural Innovation Award by the UN
10:15-11:30 - Introducing the startups selected in the 8200 Social Program
11:30-13:00 - Lunch and networking with the startups
Looking forward to seeing you!
8200 Social Program Managing Director
About 8200 Social Program
Organizer of 8200 Social Program - #4 Cycle Startup Showcase
8200 Social Program, a non-profit organization, is an acceleration program for social technology (social impact) ventures, founded by 8200 Alumni Association.
The program was launched in order to harness the human capital of 8200 alumni for the benefit of society, and is the first acceleration program in Israel dedicated to social impact.
The program accelerates ventures that aim to solve societal challenges in several fields: disabilities, gender equality, the elderly, education, parenthood and more.
The entrepreneurs enjoy various unique workshops and lectures from the business world and the social impact world. In addition, they are provided with top-tier mentors from both worlds, and are connected with leading investors in Israel and abroad.
The program does not take equity from the participating entrepreneurs, and is supported by eight leading partners: Naschitz-Brandes-Amir, ICL, Amdocs, KPMG, Bank Hapoalim, Nefesh B'Nefesh, Tel Aviv-Yafo Municipality and Bezeq.
(Photo Credit: 8200 Social Program)