Japan's NEC and Tel Aviv University Launch Cyber Startup Incubator
Ten early-stage startups will be selected for the first cohort in January. They will receive mentoring, campus workspaces, and access to university resources
Lilach Baumer | 18:26 01.01.2018
Japanese information technology provider NEC Corporation is partnering with Tel Aviv University to launch a mentorship program for early-stage cyber startups, the university announced Monday.
For daily updates, subscribe to our newsletter by clicking here.The first cohort of the three-month program, called AlphaC, will begin in February with five companies, following a selection process that will take place in January. The program will take place at the university's faculty of engineering.
New cohorts will open according to demand, but a second cohort is already planned for this year, Mr. Cohen said.Headquartered in Tokyo, NEC is a global provider of information technology (IT) services and products. The company employs over 100,000 people in over 50 countries.