Start Tel Aviv 2017 Korea Competition

Tel Aviv, the heart of Israeli economy, is opening the largest startup event where 20 startups from 20 different countries exchanging their knowledge and building up Israel network.

  • Topic : Innovation for a Better Tomorrow

  •  Applicant Requirement

       - Age : 25 ~ 37

       - Field : Startups contributing to Urban Social Challenges in ICT mobile sector

       - Stage : Seed stage (Fund under $1M)

       - Others : Fluent in English, only corporation

  • Timeline

Application

 (Offline Recommendation)

1st Round Review

Pitch Competition (Final, Top 4)

Start Tel Aviv 2017 (Israel)

19 June – 14 July

14 July – 21 July

3 Aug

3 Sept ~ 7 Sept

  • Application Process

       - Step 1. Download application on www.born2global.com

       - Step 2. Email application to campus@yozma.asia

  • Required Documents

       - Application/business plan (in English, PDF, under 20 pages)

       - Pitch Video (In English, 1~3min)
“What can my starup do to make the world a better place?”

  • Prize

       - 1 round-trip ticket to Israel and full lodging charge support

       - Opportunity to take part in an intense, five-day startup experience in ‘Start Tel Aviv 2017’

       - Certify 2018 Born2Global membership

  • Host : Israel Embassy, Yozma Group Korea, K-ICT Born2Global Centre

  • Inquiry

       - T. 02-6232-7345

       - E. campus@yozma.asia

[01] Start Tel Aviv 2017 Korea Competition (Eng).pdf

[02] Start Tel Aviv 2017 Korea Competition (Kor).pdf

[03] Application Form and Business Plan.docx

 

President Moon Jae-in (right) on July 15 holds a summit with Israeli President Reuven Rivlin (left) at Cheong Wa Dae. (Cheong Wa Dae)

President Moon Jae-in (right) on July 15 holds a summit with Israeli President Reuven Rivlin (left) at Cheong Wa Dae. (Cheong Wa Dae)



By Lee Jihae 

President Moon Jae-in on July 15 held a summit with Israeli President Reuven Rivlin at Cheong Wa Dae on bilateral ties in the high-tech and startup sectors. 

Saying both nations have a complementary economic cooperative system and the common goal of fostering high-tech industries, President Moon said the two sides have high potential for advancing bilateral ties. 

"The ratification of a free trade agreement between Korea and Israel will significantly expand cooperation in trade, investment and the service sector," he added. 

President Moon also mentioned the vibrancy of information and communication technology startups in Israel, saying the Korean government wants to learn from their success. 

Rivlin said cooperation in startups will be good for both countries in helping them overcome the challenges imposed by the Fourth Industrial Revolution. 

jihlee08@korea.kr

 

 


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