3 June 2020 - 12 Sivan 5780 - י"ב סיון ה' אלפים תש"פ
India-Israel Innovation Centre launched in Bengaluru E-mail

The first India-Israel Innovation Centre (IIIC), an entrepreneurial technology hub, was launched in Bengaluru (formerly Bengalore) on 10 October. The IIIC is a significant step towards facilitating the penetration of Israeli companies in India, and aims to forge local partnerships and joint ventures between companies from the two countries.

The centre will provide an ecosystem to support entrepreneurship, partnership with vendors, mentoring and non-formal community development that will assist the growth of the companies in different verticals, and covers business, technology, investors and customers.

Startups that are part of IIIC will be given mentorship, guidance and opportunities to participate in IIIC’s global events and experience networking avenues with potential customers.

The IIIC was launched by Ramanan Ramanathan, Mission Director, Atal Innovation Mission; Ariel Seidman, Deputy Counsul-General of Israel in India; Moshe Porat, Founder and CEO, Mesh Labs, and Varad Krishna, Founding Partner of IIIC.

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