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Tel Aviv Mission

Starts on: 19 June 2016

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

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What's a Go Global Mission?

From 2016, Startups.be will lead international missions and visit some of the most exciting startup hubs in the world. We'll organise pitching & networking opportunities with investors, the local tech scene, potential clients and make sure you get the right information on how to set up shop in these ecosystems. We'll meet Belgians who already took the plunge and visit some tech stars while at it.


Only second to the Silicon Valley, Tel Aviv is one of the main startup hubs in the world. The diversity of the start-ups based in Tel Aviv allows for easy collaboration between industries: Internet, mobile communication, security companies can all benefit from working together to create new and compelling technology.


The city works hard to create a climate that is attractive to companies looking for a home base. With partnerships that include some of the largest names in the tech world, the incentives to operate out of Tel Aviv in many ways go beyond the tax and legal benefits available to the company. Moreover, Tel Aviv focuses on developing an infrastructure that is as legally friendly to start-ups as possible, which is why entrepreneurs are sure their intellectual property is protected. In addition, to increase the city’s exposure to potential markets, new talent and capital, the city regularly promotes networking and conferences around international tech fields in order to attract potential investors.

Program


Day 1 – Sunday 19 June
Departure at 9:35 at Brussels Airport with a Brussels Airlines flight
Arrival around 4pm at the Orchid Plaza Hotel, located on the Ha’yarkon street, in front of the sea. In the early evening, introduction to the Startup Nation, by Orly Glick.


Day 2 – Monday 20 June
CyberWeek, the 6th annual International Cybersecurity Conference Tel Aviv University. The CyberWeek is the biggest conference in Israel about Cybersecurity.


Day 3 – Tuesday 21 June
Custom-made workshops about cybersecurity, in partnership with the Tel Aviv
University and the organisation of the CyberWeek.
Two separate workshops are considered so far:
- Cybersecurity for the financial industry
- Cybersecurity for the government and public institutions


Day 4 – Wednesday 22 June
Meetings with VC’s and startups, organised in partnership with The Israel Export & International Cooperation Institute.
Startups.be is very open to listen to your needs in order to organise the best match with Israeli startups.


Day 5 – Thursday 23 June
Visit the Ben Gourion University of the Negev in Be’er Sheva, well known to be the host of the Homeland Security Institute, the living heart of cybersecurity in Israel.


Day 6 – Friday 24 June
Free morning and lunch – Free visit of Tel Aviv or Jaffa
Departure at 12:30 to Ben Gourion Airport. Arrival at Brussels National Airport at

Arrival at Brussels National Airport at 20:00


Prices
The total price is for one person in single room (including flight, accommodation, local transport, organisation of meetings and the final reception) . Private expenses (like minibar, food, drinks...) are not included.

  • For startups (less than 20 employees): 1 600 €
  • For public institutions and government: 2 200 €
  • For corporations: 3 000 €

Conditions
Booking & Payment conditions

  1. A first down payment of 30% of the total value validates your booking.

  2. A second down payment of 30% is due on Monday, May 2nd.

3.The remaining (40%) is due on Friday, June 10th.


Cancelation

  1. The first down payment (30 %) won’t be refunded in case of cancelation after booking validation.
  2. The second down payment won’t be refunded in case of cancelation after May 19th.
  3. The total amount is due in case of cancelation after June 10th.

Miscellaneous

  1. A valid passport is needed to travel to Israel. Please consider that a previous travel to Saudi Arabia, Dubaï, Iran and in general Arabic countries can be a problem if you don’t mention it to Startups.be before departure.
  2. The Regions can support part of the cost, under certain conditions.

Any doubts regarding this Go Global Conference? Not sure if it's the right event for your startup? Drop us a line!

Contact Philippe Rangoni, Business Development Director at Startups.be:
philippe.rangoni@startups.be

Details

Starts: 19 June 2016 00:00

Ends: 24 June 2016 00:00

Venue: Tel Aviv, Israel (click on the link to see it on Google Maps)