Israel, also known as the “Startup Nation” is considered to be the “Second Silicon Valley” for investments and a paradise of innovations, due to its unique ecosystem, government’s support and high number of startups.Read More
Since over a decade ago, Israel has gained its rightful nicknames such as “startup nation” and “the 2nd silicon valley”. Israel is a very small country (the same size as SHIKOKU in Japan) with a population of 9 million people, so how is it possible that such a small country grows 500 to 1000 startups every year?Read More
Ira Prigat, Founder & President of Network in Motion Ltd., shares his experiences and provides key advice to Israeli med-tech entrepreneurs about Japan market entry.Read More
The MIRAI X (cross) is Japan’s one of the biggest business incubation/acceleration program supported by SMBC Nikko Securities Inc., Sumitomo Mitsui Bank, SMBC Venture Capital and leading investment houses seeking innovative technologies that could be quickly integrated into the Japanese market.Read More
Network in Motion and Astoria Consulting Group today announced a strategic alliance to empower the accessibility of Israeli startups to Japanese leading corporate venture capital and large scale enterprises.Read More
Now more than ever Japan has become a major market to operate in. While the preparation for the Olympic and Paralympic games are at their peak and despite the Covid-19’s crisis situation, Japanese corporates are becoming actively involved in strategic tie-ups and investments.Read More
Ira Prigat, President of Network in Motion was interviewed by Ynet, which is one of the major Israeli news and general-content websites, and is the online outlet for the Yedioth Ahronot newspaper about the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.Read More
Network in Motion Ltd and eHealth Ventures LP (“eHV”) announced a strategic alliance to promote fund-raising and direct investments of Japanese firms in eHV’s new fund and portfolio companies.Read More
Seven of the ten oldest companies in the world are Japanese companies.
This means that when you are working with a Japanese company, especially a giant corporation, you will probably be working with an “well cooked” business practice, almost antique business with its own habits, its own business culture and its own set of rules to which you will have to adhere.
Network in Motion Ltd. and Hadasit Medical Research Services and Development Ltd. (“Hadasit”) today announced a strategic alliance to promote the investments of Japanese firms in Hadasit’s portfolio companies.Read More