The Israeli Embassy in India collaborated with TiE Chandigarh, a non-profit, world neighborhood welcoming entrepreneurs from all around the world, to offer sustainability mentorship to Indian companies and help them in growing expertise to scale their companies. This mission strengthened each international locations’ business and financial ties.
It was particularly noteworthy as a result of each international locations are commemorating 30 years of full diplomatic relations.
The mission concluded with a December 8 occasion in Chandigarh, throughout which 5 Indian corporations introduced their enterprise ideas within the presence of H.E. Naor Gilon, Ambassador of Israel to India. After a three-month choice course of, these startups have been picked. This entailed an all-India competitors for which over 100 startups submitted proposals.
The aim of this mission was to determine promising sustainability companies and coach them by means of workshops and seminars led by Israeli and Indian entrepreneurs and material specialists. The final word aim was to lift consciousness among the many native ecosystem concerning the significance of sustainability within the fields of expertise and enterprise.
“Israel and India are pure companions,” mentioned Ambassador Naor Gilon on this event. “Our governments proceed to cooperate and assist the colourful startup scene in each international locations, and our industries and personal sectors are sharing their experiences and dealing on the bottom collectively. I encourage individuals from each international locations to come back collectively, develop collectively and merge their modern concepts and technological capabilities to succeed in new heights,” he added additional.
Ms Nava Swersky, a widely known VC and mentor from Israel, guided the Indian entrepreneurs all through the programme. Ms Swersky is a expertise entrepreneur with over 30 years of worldwide entrepreneurship and administration experience. She is a enterprise capitalist with a background in innovation and expertise commercialization.