For a young Israeli entrepreneur with a great start-up idea, the American market may seem daunting. Israeli founders grapple with a less blunt networking scene, legal and regulatory challenges, and they may struggle to find local investors.
That’s where Eyal Bino and Arie Abecassis enter the picture. Through ICONYC labs, they help connect Silicon Wadi tech start-ups with local American investors. It’s harder to get into ICONYC than Harvard, as the New York incubator accepts 10 to 12 start-ups annually out of an applicant pool of some 500 to 600 companies. Read More.