Major Israeli and international tech groups launch new innovation center
Korea’s Hyundai Group, Israel-based Tadiran and Taavura-Livnat groups., and the Netherlands based-VDL Group, establish Quantum Hub to promote partnerships and growth
The program is built as a custom-fit plan for each startup and will provide access to the startup’s target market and potential partners, matching with relevant investors, spacious working space, and a $50K investment toward the proof of concept design.“This is the first platform unifying such a large number of local and international industry players under one roof. I’m proud of the team we assembled, that has already been able to create dozens of collaborations between startups and corporations in just a few months,” said Amir Rosentuler, co-chairman at Quantum Hub. “Quantum SPARK is a first of its kind program aiming to take startups with an initial product into their target market. I think every aspiring entrepreneur would be thrilled to work closely with a leading CEO for three months, and this is the meaningful value we offer.” “We’ve been promoting innovation in our group and companies for years. Having CEOs with technological, business, and operative backgrounds enables us to create efficient synergies and form collaborations at scale,” said Shay Livnat, a co-owner of Taavura Holdings Ltd.