We would like to personally invite you to our winter 2016 event, scheduled for December 8, 5:30-8:30 PM, at the SFU Segal Building, 500 Granville St, Vancouver.
Our keynote is Guy Miasnik, President of AtHoc Division for BlackBerry.
Guy was the co-founder and CEO of AtHoc, and was instrumental in transforming AtHoc from a Silicon Valley start-up to the number one provider of networked crisis communication solutions serving the vast majority of the US Homeland Security and Defense community.
Udi Daon, CEO of Navigate Surgical Technologies, will provide an update on recent progress and also tell us how they built a company which addresses global needs in the medical device space through innovation in technology and a unique business model.
Andrea Palmer, founder and CEO of Awake Lab, a local start-up developing technology to track anxiety in autistic individuals and improve their focus and long term independence, will tell us about her recent trip to Israel where she represented Canada at a global competition which was part of DLD Tel-Aviv.
As usual admission is free, Kosher style refreshments will be served and casual networking will take place before and after the presentations.
All presentations will be in English.
This event is sponsored by BLG, The Jewish Federation of Greater Vancouver, CIJA Pacific Region, and Navigate Surgical Technologies.
Please RSVP today!
On a closing remark, Yaron Bazaz, VIT co-founder and co-organizer has recently decided to step down from his role in the VIT in order to focus on his start-up Go-Downtown. We wish him luck on the path ahead.
We are proud to launch the Vancouver Israeli Tech Club.
Who should join our group and attend our events? Hi-Tech founders, professionals, researchers and investors who have an interest in Israeli-led tech ventures and the Vancouverite Israeli technology scene.
In our events we meet to showcase new Israeli-led tech ventures, hear leading keynote speakers and help to facilitate bilateral business relationship between Greater Vancouver Tech and investment communities and Israeli-led companies. Casual networking takes place before and after the presentations.
Our mission is to help founders, investors and tech pros to succeed by sharing our good will, experience and contacts. Together we strive to create a supportive community that positively affects Vancouver technology scene and enhance business relationships between Canadian and Israeli tech companies.
Don't hesitate to drop us a line if you would like to demo your venture in one of our upcoming events.