The Agenda

8:30-9:00 AM 

Breakfast & Registration

9:00-10:15 AM 

Updates, Presentations, & Keynotes

© Copyright OurCrowd 2019

Thursday, April 25th
8:30 – 11:00 AM

 
David Citadel Hotel
 7 King David St., Jerusalem

David Citadel Hotel
Grand Ballroom | 7 King David St. | Jerusalem, Israel
 

The Venue

RSVP is Required

Registration is now closed. Please email elisheva.baumol@ourcrowd.com regarding availability.

About OurCrowd  

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OurCrowd is the leading global equity crowdfunding platform for accredited investors. Managed by a team of seasoned investment professionals and led by serial entrepreneur Jon Medved, OurCrowd vets and selects opportunities, invests its own capital, and brings companies to its accredited membership of global investors. OurCrowd provides post-investment support to its portfolio companies, assigns industry experts as mentors, and takes board seats. The OurCrowd community consists of almost 30,000 accredited investors from over 183 countries. OurCrowd has raised over $1B and invested in 170 portfolio companies and funds.    

To join OurCrowd as an accredited investor visit www.ourcrowd.com  and click “Join.”   

Note: This event is limited to accredited investors only. If you would like to invite a guest, they must register here and certify as an accredited investor in their country of residence.   

Meet the startups solving some of the world’s greatest challenges for a morning of innovation & tech in the startup capital

Israeli startups are pushing world-changing innovation to new levels. This Passover, meet up-and-coming startups while enjoying breakfast and networking.

We hope to see you in Jerusalem!

The OurCrowd
Passover Investor Breakfast

10:15-11:00 AM  

Dessert & Networking 

RSVP

Breakfast will be served. Seats are limited.

Presenting Companies

OurCrowd is the leading global equity crowdfunding platform for accredited investors. Managed by a team of seasoned investment professionals and led by serial entrepreneur Jon Medved, OurCrowd vets and selects opportunities, invests its own capital, and brings companies to its accredited membership of global investors. OurCrowd provides post-investment support to its portfolio companies, assigns industry experts as mentors, and takes board seats. The OurCrowd community consists of almost 30,000 accredited investors from over 183 countries. OurCrowd has raised over $1B and invested in 170 portfolio companies and funds.  

Juganu provides advanced smart LED lights that serve as the basis for a municipalities smart city infrastructure. The company combines both proprietary advances to LED lighting, as well as patented algorithms that ensures network data quickly gets to where it needs to go, a necessity if smart cities want to have accurate information.

Cortica has developed autonomous AI that simulates the natural processes of the mammal cortex. Its unsupervised approach to learning mimics the way the brain processes information: enabling machines to learn, collaborate and interact with the world without human input. The technology is backed by more than 200 patents and 10 years of cutting-edge research, and is revolutionizing visual intelligence for a smarter and safer world.

MutliVu is creating an advanced sensor module enabling multi parameter analysis through single lens camera providing low cost, high quality 3D depth map. The company was started from the same technology lab as OurCrowd portfolio companies Corephotonics (acquired by Samsung) and Unispectral. First use cases will be enabling more accurate and easier to use facial recognition for smartphones.

MedAware harnesses patterns from thousands of physicians treating millions of patients to identify and alert on prescription errors in real-time. Its self-learning, self-adaptive system dramatically reduces healthcare costs while improving patient safety, outcomes, and experience. MedAware’s flagship product is the first in a suite of decision support solutions that transform real physician practice data into actionable knowledge for the payer, provider, and consumer markets.

Pairser, an Israeli seed stage company that enables information to be moved within a company’s network while remaining fully compliant with regulations. With the proliferation of privacy regulations (like GDPR), companies are addressing the regulatory headache they now find themselves in. Compliance costs are high, but potential fines are even higher. The major area of potential concern is the data within a company’s organization, which may include Personally Identifiable Information (PII) that employees or systems aren’t allowed to have access to. Pairser’s planned solution features a gateway that sits in between systems, providing granular, timed permissions that can be customized on an individual basis. Information has the option to be encrypted as well, allowing employees to get the full understanding of what end users are experiencing without violating legislation guidelines, such as GDPR.

The Speakers

Jon Medved, Founder & CEO, OurCrowd

Jonathan Medved is a serial entrepreneur and according to the Washington Post (2007) “one of Israel’s leading high-tech venture capitalists.”  In the 2008 NY Times Supplement “Israel at 60” Medved was named one of the top 10 most influential Americans who have impacted Israel.

Medved is the founder and CEO of OurCrowd, the world’s largest equity crowdfunding platform for accredited investors which has raised more than $1B for almost 170 companies since its launch in February 2013. Bloomberg Businessweek said that OurCrowd “has blown up the exclusivity around tech fundraising” and The Jerusalem Post added that "It has taken OurCrowd only a matter of months to become one of Israel’s most active funds." TheStreet.com said that OurCrowd is “Crowdfunding for Real Investors.” 

Prior to OurCrowd, Medved was the co-founder and CEO of Vringo (Nasdaq:VRNG) and the co-founder and General Partner of Israel Seed Partners, with $262M under management. 

Eran Ben Shmuel, Chairman & CEO, Juganu

Eran has 15 years experience in leading highly innovative high-tech companies from zero to mass production. He also has expertise in solid state electronics and high-speed control systems. Eran founded two other companies previously with the Juganu team in the RF consumer and defense sectors. He holds a B.Sc. in Electrical Engineering & Physics from the Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, and has multiple patents in Physics and Algorithms.

Igal Raichelgauz, Co-Founder & CEO, Cortica

Igal leads Cortica’s vision, strategy, and technology. He is an award winning innovator with over 50 patents. His career began in an elite intelligence unit in the IDF, before founding LCB, Ltd.–a real-time voice recognition technology. Igal began his Ph.D. research at the Technion but left prior to graduation to pursue his ambitions with Cortica.

Doron Nevo, CEO, MultiVu

Doron is an Israeli entrepreneur, which founded and served as CEO of several high-tech companies amongst which are: KiloLambda, an optical nanotechnology component company, NKO, Inc., one of the first VOIP system and network providers, Barak 013, an Israeli international carrier and others. He has an extensive management background and was involved in worldwide business activities involving licensing of technology, M&A, business development and general operations. Doron is an Electrical Engineer (Technion, Israel) and holds an MSc in Management (Brooklyn Polytech/NYU, USA).At present, Doron serves on the board of AudioCodes (Nasdaq, AUDC), UltraCharge (ASX, UTR) and Hadasit Bio (TASE, HBL).

Jordan Feder, Head of Business Development, MedAware

Jordan has years of experience in Israel’s venture investment ecosystem. Prior to joining MedAware, Jordan managed GE Ventures Israeli healthcare investment activities, where he primarily focused on SaaS, digital health, and healthcare IT Startups. Jordan holds a BA from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, an MA in Nonprofit Management from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management.

Ken Fox, Co-founder & CTO, Pairser

Ken has a vast hands-on experience in building DevOps products using relevant tools. In addition, he is the inventor of methods and systems of software testing, distribution, installation and deployment. Ken is an enthusiastic programmer. He started programming when he was only 9. He holds unique skills in static and dynamic code analysis which is the main core challenge. Ken have developed for 2 years a system that uses code analysis in order to visualize and utilize the understanding of how different pieces of code are dependent on each other. This dependency is exactly the core concept of micro services programming, serverless functions and containers. He has contributed to relevant open-source projects such as JavaParser and ANTLR4.