Enterprise Europe Network (EEN) is delighted to be taking a delegation of UK organisations to Israel as part of Innovate UK’s Global Business Accelerator Programme (GBAP).
Aimed at highly innovative businesses operating in targeted technology sectors, EEN will manage eighteen technology focused visits to 10 countries over the coming months.
The visit to Israel will give 14 businesses from the cyber tech sector the opportunity to meet Israeli cyber tech companies, research centres and key stakeholders, with the aim of developing strong international partnerships for future collaboration and technology exchange.-.
EEN has organised the visit to Israel to coincide with Cybertech Tel Aviv, the most significant conference and exhibition of cyber technologies to take place outside of the United States.
As part of the preparation support provided to delegates EEN has today held a briefing session where they were given market information and advice on how to do business in Israel and the cyber sector; training on how to improve their pitching skills and training on how to protect their IP.
EENSW Digital & Creative Sector Lead, Gabriella Cox, said:
“I was very impressed with the high calibre of cyber companies that applied for the programme. The visit will not only provide our UK delegation with the knowledge and understanding of how to do business in Israel, but will also offer them a real opportunity to meet with some key players in the industry to develop the relationships they need to take on new projects in the future. We expect to see some really interesting partnerships forming during the programme.”
Donal Carville – Circadian
Marcus Ong – Spectra Analytics
David Ranner – CameraForensics
Nithin Thomas – SQR Systems
Julian Watts – Traffic Observation via Management
Tim Moran – LuJam Security Ltd
Clive Stainton – Perimeter Group
Danny Rigby – Modux
Stuart Murdoch - Surevine
Amadeo Pellicce - Warden
John Tolhurst - Ioetec
Sam Reed - Air-IT
Simon Minton - RUGGD
Chris Woods – CyberSparta
Godfrey Gaston - CIST