Large college students pitched their startup tips to traders in a program honoring Uzia Galil, a founding father of Israel’s tech business.
4 teams of “teenpreneurs” from across the country had to the present their product, eyesight, revenue product and organization, in English, to investors and hi-tech executives.
Moosh, an AI-centered search engine can help find the ideal gift for your beloved types. ALTZ is an application intended to improve the excellent of lifestyle of dementia patients and their family members.
STARYEAM is a digital truth driving simulator for household use, which can help you save cash on lessons and get learners via their tests faster. And Pro-Glimpse is an AI platform to minimize electric scooter incidents centered on security profiles for riders.
Among the individuals on the panel were: Danny Hoz, Chairman of Elron Ventures, Yael Har-Even, VP and COO at Oracle Israel, Yaroslav Meniailov, Oracle for Startups Plan Manager in Israel, VC buyers like Zeev Binman of Pitango, Erez Ofer of 83NORTHEARLY, Rinat Ramler of JVP, Michal Geva of the Triventures Fund, Amos Talmor – serial entrepreneur, Galia Albin.
The Uzia Galil Startup Plan was set up Ella Galil, widow of Uzia Galil, founder of Elron Electronic Industries – Israel’s 1st higher-tech multinational holding enterprise – and one particular of the founding fathers of the country’s tech ecosystem, who died past yr aged 96, and the Elron Ventures Tech Financial investment Fund.
“It is extremely remarkable to see these teens, and a lot more than that, to see that there is also a substantial proportion of female entrepreneurs”, explained Yael Har Even, VP, COO at Oracle Israel, which jointly hosted the event with Oracle for Startups.