Techstars postponed the October 10th start of its Tel Aviv program to enable our team and portfolio companies to navigate through these unprecedented and uncertain times. We are pleased to announce that we will now be kicking off Techstars Tel Aviv on November 28th. With continued dedication to our startup community, we maintain Techstars long-held belief that visionary founders will drive a better tomorrow through technology and innovation. The program will run in a new hybrid format, with startups operating out of two vibrant ecosystems - Tel Aviv and London.
Why hybrid? Given the current complexities of travel in and out of Israel, the new format will harness the energy of both Tel Aviv and London, offering on-site activities in these thriving tech ecosystems alongside the opportunity for remote attendance. Our team will actively support founders, blending in-person interactions in both cities with accessible remote assistance, fostering the flexibility crucial for their success.
Why move forward right now? The entrepreneurs accepted into our program wanted to continue as soon as possible and we believe that actions speak volumes. The best startups and entrepreneurs are forged by their unwavering dedication, grit and resilience even in the most complex of times.
We are honoured to showcase the diversity of this cohort's founders. This class is characterised by a rich blend of perspectives, including eight women founders, leading two all-female-led startups. Additionally, the cohort represents six different nationalities, each adding unique perspectives and experiences to our collaborative environment.
We extend our heartfelt gratitude for our community's unwavering patience during the delay of the program. Its flexibility and understanding have been invaluable as we navigated these unforeseen challenges. The 12 startups chosen for this cohort signify a diverse spectrum of innovation, and we're immensely grateful for your continuous support.
● aHRtemis (France)
AI CRM revolutionizing recruitment by predicting future job interests.
● Claro (Israel)
Language barrier elimination: empowering businesses with AI.
● Daily Sale Shop (Zimbabwe)
Seamless online shopping experience for African e-commerces.
● Dean (Israel)
The first GenAI copilot for lawyers in right-to-left languages.
● Duly Care (Singapore)
Personalizing contraception for Indian women.
● NayamWings (Israel)
Wind-based ship propulsion innovation: greener, efficient, sustainable.
● NoledgeLoss (Israel)
AI baton for customer knowledge orchestration.
● Propin (Israel)
Geospatial AI platform for sales and marketing decisions.
● Storywise.ai (Israel)
AI-powered story editing & analysis platform.
● Satellites on fire (Argentina)
Biodiversity protection with advanced wildfire alert technology.
● Shook (Israel)
No-code infrastructure for verticalized expert networks / freelance marketplaces.
● Zoftware (UAE)
Simplifying software selection for MENA’s Saas companies.