Foundation / Corporation
A program is open to Israel entrepreneurs for assistance in launching innovative technology ventures starting at their seed stage. Participant companies will have the opportunity to gain mentorship through office residence and talks by leading entrepreneurs, industry experts, and executives.
Accepted companies receive the following forms of support:
1) Initial Funding
2) Dedicated Advisory Board
3) Corporate Partnerships
4) Industry Expert Mentorship
5) Genesis Partners Knowledge
The Junction selects 20 startups from its application pool that get invited to the “Founders Camp”, a 2-day program of intense first-class training and education in a private location. The Founders Camp is supported and run by Genesis Partners, corporate partners, VC and angel investors and industry experts.
Over the 2-day program startups receive a concentrated focus on:
1) Perfecting the pitch
2) Corporate alignment
3) Product development
4) Technological guidance
5) Business development & strategy
As a conclusion to the 2-day Founders Camp, selected companies will join The Junction’s 6-month program. Startups not accepted into The Junction’s 6-month program will be invited to a number of workshops and events at The Junction as part of its selected community.
GrantWatch ID#: 165901
20 companies will be invited to the 2-day Founder's Camp.
The program is 6 months in duration.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Amir Gelman, Program Manager
13 Schocken St.
Tel Aviv, Israel
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