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26 April 2018 - 11 Iyyar 5778 - י"א אייר ה' אלפים תשע"ח
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Israel-China Accelerator Program startups announced E-mail

In the November 2017 issue of Jewish Times Asia, we reported on the launch of the Israel-China Accelerator Program. Now, 10 Israeli startups have officially been chosen for the new accelerator program in Beijing, led by Israel’s Ministry of Economy and Industry in co-operation with Chinese Sheng, Jing Group and DayDayUp.

With the number of applications exceeding 100, the judging team, consisting of leaders in the Chinese investment and technology world, selected 10 Israeli companies that were deemed to be the most suitable for the program.

The winning startups were announced during the “Start- Up China” event on 27 November, held by the Ministry of Economy and Industry in Tel Aviv, with the participation of executives from Shengjing Group and DayDayUp.

The winning Israeli startups are: Anzu, Social internet, TechsoMed, I know first, TapReason, Modcon, Gencell, Personalics, Pom Vom and Watteam. “This is a first-of-its-kind initiative by the State of Israel in China. The Ministry of Economy is proud to help Israeli industry by developing an additional tool to serve them in China. The demand for this program on behalf of Israeli startups proves the importance of this initiative, which forms part of the existing toolbox offered by the Ministry to companies seeking to enter the complex Chinese market,” said Eli Cohen, Israel’s Minister of Economy and Industry.

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