Startupbootcamp Israel starts 26th Jan. Welcoming our new COO!

Startupbootcamp Israel starts 26th Jan. Welcoming our new COO!

21-Jan-2014 by Startupbootcamp

Online applications for the Jan 2014 accelerator in Tel Aviv are now closed.

We’re finalising the team shortlist and will announce the team selections shortly.

Deciding which teams fit into the program is always tough, especially with the high quality of startups in Israel. For this round the focus is on media and adtech. We received applications addressing areas such as product & content discovery, engagement, sales, ad exchanges, mobile development and analytics driven real time optimisation including new cross device approaches. We’d like to thank everyone who applied and encourage you to stay in contact with us on your progress as we continuously track each startup we meet.

The three month accelerator runs from 26th of January in Tel Aviv. Teams will present to an invited audience of tech investors and corporates at a demo day on Apr 24th.

For all queries please contact Shahar Namer on shahar@startupbootcamp.org

Welcoming our new COO Martin Weber!

Martin Weber joined us in January to head up operations at Startupbootcamp Israel. He will be coordinating all activities at the accelerator program in Tel Aviv and managing its relationships with partners, mentors & tech investors.

Martin previously headed the investment department of StarTAU, the Entrepreneurship Center of Tel Aviv University. He brings a wealth of experience from previous roles in corporates in the US & Germany including product development, team management and tech investment expertise. You can contact Martin on martin@startupbootcamp.org.

Welcome onboard Martin! We’re looking forward to working with the Jan 2014 teams!

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