Erel Margalit

Digital Health start-ups meet with Margalit Startup City Haifa

"Israel can become a digital health power, just like it became a global cyber power."

'Galilee, Negev will be next dimensions of Israeli hi-tech'

Israel needs to open up hi-tech to new communities in new regions, and create innovation centers in the periphery as well as establish new growth areas. 

By LIOR NOVIK
20/01/2022

Haifa launches digital health accelerator for start-ups

JVP Foundation and Margalit Start-Up City founder: 220% increase in investment in past two years.

By LIOR NOVIK
28/12/2021

When Tel Aviv met Kiryat Shmona

Tel Aviv mayor Ron Huldai visited the up-and-coming tech scene in the northern town of Kiryat Shmona on Sunday and vowed to build collaborations between the two cities.

JVP expands operations and adds new partners

JVP completed 2020 with 14 new investments in companies that promise to be game-changers in the interface between technology and the global market.

17/03/2021

Jerusalem Venture Partners in talks to open innovation hub in UAE

JVP chairman Erel Margalit has met with potential partners and looked at at least one possible site for a hub during a visit to the UAE this week.

By REUTERS
26/10/2020

JVP's Erel Margalit extends Israel's offer to aid Beirut through Macron

The explosion, which occurred on Tuesday, saw at least 145 people killed and 5,000 people injured. Among the dead were also French and US citizens.

06/08/2020
Jerusalem Venture Partners (JVP) founder and executive chairman Dr. Erel Margalit at Muni Expo 2020

Cyber pioneer asks: Is the coronavirus the result of a cyberattack?

"Those who know how to hack into financial bodies can also hack pharmaceutical companies and create a virus."

Magnus Bjorsne

JVP, AstraZeneca agree to identify, develop and invest in digital health

“The strong pharmaceutical arena in Sweden, and Israel’s strong tech, are a perfect match."

Food technology and Agri-tech hub to revolutionize industry in Galilee

Restaurant management, innovative techniques and good old fashion Jewish cooking are being planned to strengthen Israel's north with the creation of a culinary institute and food-tech quarter.

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