Thu 11 October 2018 | 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
Dizzy Frishdon - Dizengoff 112, Tel Aviv,
We are pleased to invite you to a special meeting with Johannes Steger, who comes directly from Germany, to share common mistakes Israeli start-ups make with the media in general and with international correspondents in particular. Johannes is a senior writer for high-tech and innovation at Handelsblatt, the most widely read business daily newspaper in Germany. He has been covering the Israeli ecosystem for several years, and has written dozens of articles that were published in the international version of the newspaper in English and have received tremendous exposure.
The event will take place on October 11 at Dizzy Frishdon (Dizengoff 121, Tel Aviv). Opening doors at 19:00, the lecture will begin at 20:00. Entrance to the event is free. (For more details click see more)
*** About the lecturer and lecture ***
Please note that the lecture will be in English.
Johannes Steger is a senior writer for high-tech and innovation at Handelsblatt, the most widely read business daily newspaper in Germany. He has been covering the Israeli ecosystem for several years, and has written dozens of articles that were published in the international version of the newspaper in English and have received tremendous exposure.
During the meeting, Johannes will share his experience with working closely with Israeli start-ups on common mistakes that many international reporters experience, which often prevents them from publishing the stories and thus also the exposure that the companies could gain.
In addition, he will give tips on how to tell a sweeping story and create accurate pitch – both for journalists and for private investors. At the end of the meeting, Johansson will invite the entrepreneurs from the audience to give their pizzas and give “live” feedback on them.
Opening doors at 19:00, the lecture will begin at 20:00. Entrance to the event is free.
See you at the bar,
Team Wize and Isratech Ventures
(** About Isratech Ventures **)
Isratech Ventures connects people from around the world to Israeli innovation. Through lectures on Israeli Acoustics and Innovation, meetings, delegations and special events, Isratech Ventures creates business opportunities and international cooperation for Israeli start-ups and senior delegations of investors, government members, senior executives from multinational companies, organizations and individuals from around the world. The company was founded by Shani Zansko, who for nearly a decade has been engaged in international relations, business development and promotion of Israel’s standing in the world through Israeli innovation and the creation of cross-regional partnerships.
(** About Wize **)
Founded in 2011, Wize is a social organization that creates communities for the Millennium generation (Millennials) around common interests. The core of its activity is the production of events that include content and entertainment. So far, the organization has produced more than 800 lectures in 12 different cities in Israel, to more than 350,000 people. The events cover a variety of topics, including popular science, high-tech and entrepreneurship, neuroscience, philosophy, and more.
Wize is a not-for-profit organization with 50 volunteers and regional volunteers in several cities, and its activities are led by a director and staff.