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Seven Israeli innovation leaders join the Advisory Board of ICDK Tel Aviv

19.06.2018  13:22

Innovation Centre Denmark (ICDK) in Tel Aviv has become a leading international institution in the innovation space in Israel. This position was confirmed at the first meeting of ICDK’s newly established Advisory Board. Seven leaders from Israel’s most innovative hospitals, investors, universities and companies, as well as the Danish Ambassador to Israel, have dedicated their time and effort over the next two years to support the further development of ICDK.


The new Advisory Board will advise ICDK’s management on strategy and contribute to its signature initiatives like SCALE-IT Life Science, FoodTech Hub and Tech-Transfer cooperation between Denmark and Israel.


"It is very positive that ICDK has established an Advisory Board. The combination of people with a background in business, venture capital, large corporation and health care providers is unique. With the Advisory board in place, ICDK is well positioned to develop its offerings further. By way of my commitment to the Advisory Board, I look forward to giving our Danish partners direct access to ‘The Start-Up Nation’ and the power of Israeli innovation. Herein lies great potential for our partners in Israel and Denmark.”, says Dan Gelvan, newly elected Chairman of ICDK’s Advisory Board.


To see the full Advisory Board, click here.