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WHEN /

SEP. 14th, 2022 
6:30
PM EST

WHERE /

MARGALIT STARTUP CITY NEW YORK

ABOUT THE EVENT / 

Jerusalem Venture Partners (JVP) and Margalit Startup City, together with BMW, MINI, and the City of New York are hosting the launch of the International ClimateTech center NYC.

The event will take place on Wednesday, September 14th, 2022, at 6:30PM, in the heart of SOHO at Margalit Startup City New York City, 122 Grand Street.

We will be joined by heads of states and cities from around the world, leaders from the global tech scene and social and business trailblazers, Investors, prominent International, Partners and Entrepreneurs. We will all come together to the role that Cyber, Fintech, FoodTech, Mobility and Alternative Energy play in dealing with climate change to save our world.

A NEW PARADIGM FOR CLIMATE CHANGE

Climate Tech is the new major technological revolution that is impacting every dimension of our lives. It is more than alternative energy or innovative mobility. By bringing together technologies from FinTech, Digital Health, FoodTech, AgTech and Cyber Security, we can create much-needed solutions, enabling us to change the way we consume, work and live while saving our planet.

The various subsectors of tech - together - can make a difference, changing the future of our world and the future of cities. It is time for public and private leaders across the globe, from Israel, America, Europe, Asia and beyond, to join forces in bringing in a new paradigm for building technology that protects the planet.

 "Climate Tech is the new major technological revolution that is impacting every dimension of our life. It is more than just about alternative energy or innovative mobility. Only by bringing together technologies from FinTech, Digital Health, FoodTech, AgTech and Cyber Security, can we create the much-needed solutions, enabling us to change the way we eat, consume, work and live,

and help save our planet.”

Dr. Erel Margalit, Founder and Chairman, JVP

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 "Climate Tech is the new major technological revolution that is impacting every dimension of our life. It is more than just about alternative energy or innovative mobility. Only by bringing together technologies from FinTech, Digital Health, FoodTech, AgTech and Cyber Security, can we create the much-needed solutions, enabling us to change the way we eat, consume, work and live,

and help save our planet.”

Dr. Erel Margalit, Founder and Chairman, JVP

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THE INTERNATIONAL

CLIMATE-TECH CENTER, MARGALIT STARTUP CITY NYC

 

Located in SoHo, NYC, the new International ClimateTech Center is the second phase of the International Cyber Center that was launched, by JVP and Erel Margalit in February of 2020, in partnership with the City of New York, Columbia University, Cornell, CUNY, NYU, and the EDC. The Center already has 35 scale-up companies and has become one of the most vibrant Cyber security Centers on the East Coast.

When the world faced a new reality, the international cyber center, Margalit Startup City, NYC, brought new energy and hope to many startups and entrepreneurs from the U.S., Europe, and Israel.

It has since become a focal point for investors, business leaders, multinational companies and international tech visionaries seeking to work together to solve the world’s challenges in Cyber, Fintech, FoodTech, Media, Digital Health, and more.

The center, which initially hosted 8 startup companies, has since grown to over 35 scale-up companies with hundreds of employees, a café, a place for artists to exhibit their creations, and a place to gather and share ideas.

 

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Our Place

 

The center is located in the heart of Manhattan's SoHo, at 122 Grand St, in a historic 19th- century building spanning three floors of offices. The building built in 1879-80 features French Renaissance architectural design by John Correja. Erel Margalit, founder and Chairman of JVP and Margalit Startup City, enlisted award-winning architect Peter Bohlin, to transform the site into a center of innovation for cybersecurity, AI and Big Data technologies, while at the same time preserving the historic characteristics of this unique location.

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