MassChallenge accelerator lands in Jerusalem

Jerusalem is home not just to revolutionary startups, but to companies that have proven themselves across the globe.

By SOPHIE ASHKINAZE-COLLENDER
August 6, 2016 07:10
Israel Startup

Efarm co-founder Epafred Minuifuong and programmer Eyong Kevin are one of the 48 start-up teams accepted to this year’s firstever group of finalists in Israel. (photo credit: SOPHIE ASHKINAZE-COLLENDER)

 
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Calling itself the most “start-up-friendly accelerator on the planet,” MassChallenge was founded six years ago by John Hawthorne and Akhil Nigam in Boston, Massachusetts. Today, it operates in five locations around the world, including Israel.

A company designed to foster innovation and help start-ups succeed, MassChallenge invites all budding entrepreneurs to apply for participation in its four-month program model, which includes mentorship, free office space, education, a vast network and the possibility to win equity-free cash prizes.

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