Expanding the EIT Community's presence in Israel
The EIT Hub in Israel was established in Summer of 2019 as a bridge between the EU and Israeli innovation ecosystems. The EIT Hub in Israel is expected to expand the EIT Community’s presence and volume of activities in the country, in particular in the area of business support.
The EIT Hub in Israel will support European innovators to attract Israeli customers, partners and investors. It will also showcase innovation made in Europe on the global stage.
An innovation and entrepreneurial hotbed with strong participation in the Horizon 2020 programme, Israel has drawn the interest of EIT partners, many of whom are already present in the country.
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