Holon Institute of Technology Launches Tech Accelerator
The Future HIT innovation center will focus on health and sport-related technologies
Central Israeli academic institution Holon Institute of Technology (HIT) has launched an innovation center and startup accelerator program, HIT announced Tuesday. Called Future HIT, the center will be headed by Taly Malach Banaim, who serves as chief financial officer and head of business development at A.Y.T.T., the tech transfer office of HIT.
Future HIT has recently published an open call for entrepreneurs looking to partake in the first cohort of the 6-month accelerator program. The accelerator will focus on the connection between product design and technology, concentrating on the fields of health and sport technologies.