Since the formative years of the Israeli tech scene, Naschitz Brandes Amir has held an established position as the leading law firm provider to innovative technology ventures, from early-stage start-ups to well-established public companies. While representing the venture firms, private equity firms, and investment banks that financed and advised those companies, NBA has also cultivated collaborative relationships with top accelerators and incubators that have become an important part of the start-up and venture communities in Israel.
Building on our commitment to foster growth in innovation, NBA is thrilled to partner with EIT Hub Israel and 8200 Impact to drive their mission of helping high-potential Waste Management & Recycling, Health, and Renewable Energy startups tackle their scaling challenges.
Establishes in the summer of 2019, EIT Hub Israel is part of the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT), which runs programs and accelerators to help boost startups and scaleups using business tools, matchmaking, mentorship and global networking events.
8200 Impact is a top Israeli acceleration program and community dedicated to impact-tech startups. Affiliated with the 8200 Alumni Association, a non-profit that supports the graduates of 8200 elite intelligence unit of the IDF, the program aims to address significant social or environmental challenges with advanced technological solutions.
The two innovation entities have joined forces to create Calling2Scale, an eight-week intensive fully-funded Bootcamp with tracks in Renewable Energy, Waste Management and Recycling, and Health. Startups must be ready to scale, have a working product, a business plan and have raised at least one round of funding.
Fourteen European and Israeli startups will be selected to participate in the Bootcamp, which will offer eight tailored group workshops, weekly one-on-one growth support sessions with a team of experts to ensure effective progress, access to global mentors, matchmaking with industry players and opportunities, and one-of-a-kind Europe-Israel peer learning.
Participants will also have direct access to the track leaders, companies in the relevant sectors offering mentorship, support and access to beta sites - Medtronic, Doral Tech, Greennet, Integer, and IMED [Ichilov hospital].
Throughout the course of the program, startups will gain valuable tools such as storytelling, online and sales strategies, product design, market access, legal, business development, regulation, IP and more, combined with forging connections around Europe and Israel through EIT’s global community. In addition, the program has ecosystem partners and innovation managers - Start-up Nation Central, EIC, Naschitz Brandes Amir, Tel Aviv Municipality, and the Israeli Institute of Innovation.