Israel’s embassy to provide mentorship to Indian startu?

Chandigarh, India, December 9, 2009 (ANI): TiE Chandigarh has partnered with the Israeli mission in India to mentor Indian startups in sustainability and to help them grow their business.
“Yesterday. @israelinindia and @TiEChandigarh concluded the all-India contest to mentor Indian startups within the field of Sustainability,” the Israeli mission in India tweeted.

The project strengthened both the economic and business ties between the two countries. This was especially significant because both countries are celebrating 30 years diplomatic relations.

The project was concluded by an event in Chandigarh on December 8, during which five participants were present. Indian startups They were presented business Ideas in the presence Naor Gilon, the Israeli ambassador to India.


These startups were selected after a three-month-long process. The competition involved over 100 applications from India.
This project had two goals: to identify and mentor aspiring startups in sustainability, and to educate them through seminars and workshops held by Indian and Israeli entrepreneurs.
Ambassador Naor Gilon stated that India and Israel are natural partners. He said, “Israel is a great country. We continue to support the vibrant startup scene in India. Our governments continue their cooperation and support it. Both our private and public sectors share their experience and are able to help each other to innovate and commercialize technology

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