CTalk“Youngsters are the future, so anyway we can help them would be great”
“Youngsters are the future, so anyway we can help them would be great”
Yossi Matias, VP at Google and Head of Israel's R&D Center, talked about the various ways of supporting youth during Unistream’s ‘Entrepreneur of the Year’ event
“If you have a great idea and you want to solve it, go and study and bring yourself to the level that you can then indeed develop the solution. I think it’s about education,” said Yossi Matias, VP at Google and Head of Israel's R&D Center.
When asked during Unistream’s ‘Entrepreneur of the Year’ event held last week if there are similar programs around the world, Matias replied: “There are many initiatives around the world and obviously we are very proud to see what is going on here. And if there is something that really I think we should all be very pleased with is to see so many colleagues from different companies, from general industries, from high-tech and from broader economic circles, that are taking the time to come and support this initiative and meet with youngsters and give them feedback. So, I think this is a great attribute to the fact that people really care.”
Unistream trains thousands of youth from the periphery from all sectors, and offers them a real and worthwhile opportunity to succeed in life, develop a meaningful career and integrate into the business world in the future. Together with a huge business community numbering 4,700 senior business executives, Unistream trainees establish start-up companies while still in high school, and turn an idea into a groundbreaking venture with the aim of making a difference in the world.
You can watch the full interview in the video above.