In recent years, Israel has become known worldwide for its disruptive innovations. One of the most important areas in the Israeli ecosystem is impact technology, which seeks to change and improve the quality of life of millions of people on the planet through technology, without leaving anyone behind.
This Monday, May 18, Conexión Israel organizes a conference with two emblematic figures of innovation in Israel: Diego Goldesten, director of Customer Success at Moovit, and Harold Wiener, General Manager of Terra Venture Partners.
Moovit is the Israeli start-up of the moment. Just days ago, it was announced that Intel acquired the company for a billion dollars. Moovit is an innovative platform created in Israel, which facilitates urban mobility worldwide.
For his part, Terra Venture Partners is the leading Israeli venture capital fund investing and incubating impact technologies, dedicated to partnering with entrepreneurs to create innovative companies that improve people's lives in a wide range of industries.. Among other things, Terra VP drives innovations such as faucets that save on water consumption, technologies to improve agricultural performance or augmented reality systems for surgeries.
“For 72 years of modern Israel's existence, necessity has been the mother of innovation, but in the next decade, it seems that values and ideas related to improving the world will be the engine of this innovation. Global challenges such as the pandemic, global terror, large urban concentrations, migrations, are no longer related to us from our nationality, gender or identity. Israel proposes to the world to work together, with technologies of social impact, in order to better face these challenges. Conexión Israel is a platform that arises with the purpose of connecting between Israel and Latin America, to promote a better future for people, in a world full of uncertainty ”, cadded Roni Kaplan, CEO of Conexión Israel.
The conference is free to register and will take place on Monday, May 18 at 13, Argentina time; 11, from Mexico, Panama, Peru and Ecuador, 10, from Guatemala; and 18 from Spain.
During the year, Conexión Israel organizes high-level delegations tailored to the interests and needs of each group, to meet with the main companies, organizations and personalities of Israel's innovation ecosystem.