Israel Innovation Authority

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Quantum computer

Israel Innovation Authority to invest $10 million to develop human capital for quantum, AI, cleantech, foodtech, and Bio-Convergence industries

Some 2,000 participants are set to take part in 20 programs over the next two years to help expand the workforce for the future technology trends of the Israeli high-tech industry
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Israel Innovation Authority to invest $30 million in R&D center for bio-devices based on bio-chips

The tender is directed at companies dedicated to developing key service infrastructure for companies that develop bio-devices such as environmental diagnostic sensors, smart implants for treatment and diagnostics, lab-on-chip and organ-on-chip technologies
הייטק עובדים

Israeli startup funding increased more than fivefold over the past decade, totaling $95 billion

27.06.23|Sophie Shulman
The Israel Innovation Authority’s “The State of High Tech” annual report revealed that in 2022 the high-tech sector accounted for 18.1% of Israel's GDP

YDLabs selected by Innovation Authority to establish microorganism fermentation labs for Israeli foodtech industry

The Israel Innovation Authority will invest up to $14 million in infrastructure to serve all foodtech companies using fermentation for research, development, and production of their products
מהיום, כל אחד יכול לפתוח תיק השקעות עם סכום מינימלי ולהנות מהמומחיות ומהמקצועיות הניהולית שהייתה נגישה עד היום רק למשקיעים כבדים.

Institutional investment in Israeli startups dropped by 54% in 2022

08.06.23|Sophie Shulman
Despite a decrease in the number of rounds with institutional participation and a reduction in the financial scale of investments, the half a billion dollars invested last year still marks a significant three-fold increase compared to 2020
כנס דנסטק 50 עמי אפלבאום יו"ר רשות ל חדשנות

Israel Innovation Authority's budget to be cut by NIS 100 million

21.05.23|Sophie Shulman
The budget of the Authority, which assists startups, will now be around $383 million. This comes at a time when the need to help startups has only increased due to the uncertainty following the current crisis and the drop in investments by foreign and local VCs
מתחם BE ALL חלל עבודה הייטק

For the first time since 2008 the number of high-tech employees in Israel has shrunk

16.05.23|Meir Orbach
"Since the fourth quarter of 2022, we have seen a sharp decline in Israeli high-tech. We will see a continuation of the downward trend in the coming quarters as well,” said Dror Bin, CEO of the Israel Innovation Authority
פארק ההייטק בלב רובע החדשנות של באר שבע

Innovation Authority to invest NIS 25 million to create Be'er Sheva innovation center

As part of the center's establishment, three innovation sites will also be established in Be'er Sheva in the fields of medical data, autonomous robotics and cyber defense
ועידת לונדון 2023 דרור בין  מנכ"ל רשות החדשנות

"The judicial debate in Israel is adding uncertainty and it needs to be removed as soon as possible"

Dror Bin, the CEO of the Israel Innovation Authority, was speaking at the Mind the Tech conference in London
Ami Appelbaum

Israel Innovation Authority making major push to develop quantum computing technologies

The IIA has announced the formation of the largest consortium in its history to develop quantum computing tech with a budget of over $30 million
Ctech forecasts event Aviv Zeevi

“Founders should look for the next big thing. Making things only a bit better is not good enough”

01.01.23|Noa Gadot
Aviv Zeevi, VP, Technological Infrastructure Division at the Israel Innovation Authority, explained why innovation is not in danger and shared his tips for the future
ועידת התחזיות 2023 דרור בין מנכ"ל רשות החדשנות

Innovation Authority CEO: "The government needs to reduce regulation so that deep-tech develops in Israel"

28.12.22|Irad Atzmon-Schmayer
"If we want Israeli high-tech to be at the forefront of the world,” said Dror Bin, CEO of the Israel Innovation Authority, “we need to promote the deep-tech industry and meet global demand”
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Black soldier fly farming among new areas of focus for Israel Innovation Authority in 2023

The IIA has approved a budget of over $40 million for three new consortiums that will encourage the development of new technologies in three areas, including integrated photonics, and metamaterials and metasurfaces
ועידת Tech TLV שגיא דגן סמנכ"ל אסטרטגיה רשות החדשנות

Israel Innovation Authority VP: “Israel can be the world’s most advanced country in autonomous public transport”

29.11.22|Irad Atzmon-Schmayer
“If this project fails, then at least we tried. But if we succeed, we will probably change Israel and the world,” said Sagi Dagan, VP and Head of Strategy at the IIA
קאזו קימורה מנהל ב-Japanese Practice

Japan’s Aichi region eyeing Israeli startups for partnerships with large leading local corporations

KPMG Israel, in cooperation with Start-Up Nation Central and the Israel Innovation Authority, is partnering with the region to launch a collaboration program that would promote the creation of business connections between large leading corporations from Aichi and Israeli startups
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Startups and entrepreneurs connect for the UK-Israel Collaborative R&D Call

26.07.22|James Spiro
Led by Innovate UK and the Israel Innovation Authority, startups from both countries can together apply for up to 50% financing of a collaboration project
מחשוב קוונטי QM מימין איתמר סיון יונתן כהן נסים אופק

Quantum Machines to establish Israeli quantum computing center in $30 million deal

18.07.22|Meir Orbach
The Israel Innovation Authority has chosen the Israeli startup, in collaboration with Classiq, to establish the center which will allow researchers to conduct R&D on a universal quantum computer
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Over 30,000 openings in Israeli high-tech despite economic slowdown

11.07.22|Meir Orbach
A survey conducted by the Start-Up Nation Policy Institute and the Israel Innovation Authority showed a 250% increase in job openings for non-technological positions in high-tech in Israel
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“The prophecies on the downfall of the high-tech industry are out of control,” says Innovation Authority CEO

30.05.22|Meir Orbach
“The industry doesn’t need saving,” says Dror Bin, the CEO of the Israel Innovation Authority who believes that local high-tech is strong enough to survive the oncoming crisis
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Israeli government not investing enough in R&D, reveals Innovation Authority report

11.05.22|Meir Orbach
Israel was in first place in the OECD in R&D expenditure as a percentage of GDP in 2020, but was in last place in government expenditure. According to the report, there are currently 360,000 people employed in high-tech in Israel, 235,000 of which are Jewish men