New Exhibition Showcases 50 Israeli Startups
The exhibition opened Wednesday at the innovation center at Tel Aviv’s Peres Center for Peace & Innovation
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The showcased companies were selected out of 400 applicants by a team of judges from the Peres Center, government investment arm the Israel Innovation Authority (IIA), and Israel’s Ministry of Economy and Industry. The startups come from diverse industries including artificial intelligence, information technology, digital health, agtech, and cybersecurity. The exhibition will be updated on a yearly basis.
The innovation center was inaugurated in October in at the Peres Center, which was named after late Israeli politician and former prime minister and president Shimon Peres.
The opening was attended by Eli Cohen, Israel’s minister of economy, Chemi Pres, chairman of the Peres Center. Ami Appelbaum, chairman of the IIA, and Adiv Baruch, chairman of the Israel Export Institute.