3 portfolio companies win at Israel Innovation Authority event
The Israel Innovation Authority (IIA), together with China Science and Technology Ministry (CSTEC), launched a competition for participation in their annual road show event. In total, 20 companies (10 life science and 10 ICT) will participate in the road show in Beijing and Zhangzhou this November. According to the IIA, “during the road show, each company will meet with strategic partners and investors to create business cooperation, research and development, investment opportunities and exposure to the Chinese market.”
The winning companies in the life sciences: ApiFix, Gordian Surgical, Magdent, PolyPid, Brainsway, Kadimastem, NewPhase, Vectorious Medical Technologies, Mediseb, OrthoKinematica. Winners were announced on 2 August at an event held at the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange.
The Israel Innovation Authority (previously, the Office of the Chief Scientist of the Ministry of Economy) oversees the Technological Incubator Program. Trendlines Medical is part of the incubator program.
I think this can really help ApiFix to find the right strategic partners for marketing our products in the Chinese market.”
—Eran Feldhay, CEO ApiFix
As one of IIA winners, I am looking forward to the China road show. It will help Gordian expand our business development and marketing activities in China.
—Zvi Peer, CEO Gordian Surgical
It’s an honor to be chosen by the Chinese delegation, and I’m looking forward to introducing Magdent’s technology to Chinese investors.
—Elad Yakobson, COO Magdent