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MassChallenge Israel Startup Shuk 2018
Jun 12, 2018
It`s time for the highlight of the 2018 MassChallenge Accelerator: The Startup Shukcase, on June 17th, from 18:00-21:00! This is your first chance to meet our 55 startups in one place, learn about their cutting-edge products and technology, and rub elbows with the most engaging and impactful people in the Israeli startup community.
We`re bringing our home at Machane Yehuda, to you, so come enjoy our high impact startups alongside the best snacks and beer the shuk has to offer! Register today! We look forward to seeing you on June 17th in Tel Aviv!
About MassChallenge MassChallenge is a non-profit, global accelerator obsessed with helping entrepreneurs across all industries. We reward the highest-impact startups through a competition to win a portion of several million dollars in equity-free cash awards every year. Through our global network of accelerators in Boston, Austin, the UK, Israel, Switzerland, and Mexico, and unrivaled access to our corporate partners, we can have a massive impact - driving growth and creating value the world over. We have a proven track-record of taking startups to the next level: with over 1,500 startups accelerated, 80,000 jobs created, $3 billion in outside funding raised, and $2 billion in revenue generated.
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