8200 Founders׳ Event | "You've Decided to Expand Your Startup to NYC. Now What?"

8200 EISP - Entrepreneurship and Innovation Support Program
8200 EISP - Entrepreneurship and Innovation Support Program
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The 8200 ALUMNI ASSOCIATION & 8200 EISP are hosting a Founders' Event, with a panel in which Noa Oron will interview Omry ben David (Carmel Ventures), Eyal Bino (ICONYC Labs) and Yoav Yanovski (BOTique) in a discussion about the growth of NYC's tech ecosystem, the opportunities and challenges for the Israeli entrepreneur.

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The panel will be held in Hebrew.


About the panelists:

Omry Ben David joined Carmel Ventures in 2017 as a Partner. He brings 15 years of technology focused experience and a track record across investment banking, sales and marketing operations and both institutional and private venture investments.

Prior to joining Carmel, Omry was a senior vice president and east coast software sector captain at Goldman Sachs. During his tenure, he sourced, led and executed 30+ transactions totaling $120bn+ across M&A, equity, debt and institutional technology investments.

Eyal Bino is the co-founder and Partner at ICONYC labs, a first of its kind acceleration program customized for top early-stage Israeli tech startups looking to become successful global companies via NYC.

Yoav Yanovski is the co-founder and CEO at BOTique, an Israeli NY-based startup. BOTique is a leading Conversational UI platform that provides businesses with a Composable Smart Assistant Solution. Using BOTique's solution, businesses can reduce personnel costs, while still preserving the human experience.

The panel will be moderated by Noa Oron, a former business reporter at Channel 2 News, where she covered Israeli innovation and economics. She has a masters in business journalism from Columbia University, as well as an MBA from MIT Sloan School of Management.


8200 EISP is the first start-up accelerator in Israel, founded in late 2011. 82% of the program alumni are currently leading their start-up as founders, raised seed funding and beyond of over $400M in total and employ more than 450 people in Israel and overseas. 8200 EISP partners include Bank Hapoalim (the largest bank in Israel), EY Israel, law firms Naschitz Brandes Amir and Pearl Cohen Zedek Latzer Baratz, the BRM Group, Battery Ventures, AOL Israel, Nextage, WeWork Israel, Matrix (8300) and Elron.