Faculty professional development in international business
The Temple University Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER) invites you to travel to Israel and discover the country's innovation, entrepreneurship and venture capital eco-system in this immersive program.
Israel: The Start-up Nation
A Faculty/Professional Development in International Business (FDIB)
July 23- July 31, 2022
Overview: Israel is often considered as the Start-up Nation. Statistics show that Israel has one of the highest incidences of innovation and entrepreneurship, with a population of only nine million. Israel has more startup
companies than any country other than the U.S. With more than 7,000 high-tech companies and start-ups, Israel has the second most highly concentrated cluster of high tech companies, following Silicon Valley.
Fox professor Amir Shoham, an Israeli citizen with deep ties to the Israeli innovation ecosystem.
Key learning outcomes:
Exposure to the Israeli innovation and entrepreneurial culture
- Understanding the innovative process at a national level
- Explore approaches to applying the Israeli experience to other countries and companies
- Understand how Israeli entrepreneurs and venture capitalists identify opportunities, design potential solutions and build new enterprises
Participants will have the opportunity to explore the history of the Holy Land in the last 4,000 years. Visits include Nazareth, Jerusalem, Dead Sea and Masada.
$2,500 per person
- A guest package is also available.
Accommodations (single occupancy)
- Corporate visits
- Cultural activities
- Some meals
- In-country transportation
$500 non-refundable deposit is due at registration.
June 3, 2022, to submit the application and register
the application. Once completed, you will receive a registration link to pay a $500 deposit to secure your spot.