Bizmax brings Ultra-Orthodox startups and entrepreneurs to London

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BizmaxCFI this week in the House of Commons met with a first of it’s kind delegation of Ultra-Orthodox high-tech start-ups.

Bizmax Innovation Center in partnership with the Kemach Foundation brought Ultra-Orthodox Startups from Jerusalem to pitch their innovative ideas to dozens of investors in London.

Ambassador of Israel, H.E. Mark Regev, also met with the delegation.

The goal of the programme is to improve the success rate of start-ups with Haredi founders. The vision is to be the leading platform in Israel to promote technology companies in the Haredi community.  Over 100 entrepreneurs have so far joined the nonprofit.

Some 10% of Israel’s population is ultra-Orthodox, and it is uncommon for members of the community to pursue entrepreneurial ambitions.

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