Israeli and Polish Organizations Partner on a Corporate-Startup Innovation Program
As part of a new program, startups and entrepreneurs from both countries will meet in Tel Aviv for a 6-week boot camp to understand the unique challenges of corporate partners
Government and nonprofit organizations from Israel and Poland have partnered on a program that will encourage large companies to collaborate with startups and individual entrepreneurs from both countries to solve industry-specific problems. Signed Wednesday by Bank Gospodarstwa Krajowego (BGK), Poland’s national development bank, ARP, the Polish Government’s industrial development agency, Tel Aviv-based innovation lab CREATORS IDEAtion Lab, and Tel Aviv-based Start-Up Nation Central, a nonprofit working to promote Israeli tech, the program’s launch was announced by the organizations Thursday. Participating startups and entrepreneurs from both countries will meet in Tel Aviv for a 6-week boot camp to understand the unique challenges raised by corporate partners. At the end of the program, participants will present the results in Warsaw.