Techonomy 3 Event
Tuesday, April 5, 2011 from 8:30 AM to 2:30 PM (IDT)
Techonomy 3 is coming!
You may recall Techonomy 2009 and 2010 as a platform for Israeli companies to announce
their product internationally while staying physically in Israel. In 2009 Face.com
was chosen, as the best of the presenters, and Yoni Bloch's startup Interlude.fm
was the top choice of 2010.
Techonomy is attended by over 400 of the Israeli Internet and entrepreneur community, and is covered by Media Partner: Techcrunch, The Next Web, Newsgeek, and The Marker as well as being broadcasted live over the Internet.
This year's Techonomy3 event is taking place on April 5th, 2011. We are
planning to deliver the same level of event as in the past.
What is Techonomy3?
Techonomy3 is a platform/event to assist in the exposure of innovative Israeli based
companies to the local and the worldwide market. The event focuses on companies who
provide solutions that will also impact the community outside of Israel. Since Israel has a
favored position in the worldwide technology market, Techonomy3 can provide positive
connections to the European and US hub for the Israeli community. By leveraging the Israeli
community, the local entrepreneur can develop a vocal fan base for their venture which will
be supportive into the future.
Our guests this year:
Mike Butcher from Techcrunch, and Brad McCarty from The Next Web.
Where is Techonomy3 is taking place?
Date: Tuesday, 5 April 2011
Location: YES Planet, Ramat Gan
The event schedule is roughly the following (plus some additional surprises in between):
Date: Tuesday, April 5 2011
Location: YES Planet, Kanyon Ayalon, Ramat Gan
Moderator: Lior Zoref
08:30-10:00: Breakfast & Networking
10:00-11:55: Company presentations
11:55-12:15: Break (more great food)
12:15-14:00: Company presentations
14:00-14:20: Perfecting Your Media Pitch - Brad McCarty from TNW
Twitter hashtag for the event: #techonomy3.
How to register and what to expect:
PayPal payment only - no cash, check, credit card or whatever at the door.
PayPal's receipt is recognized for tax purposes in Israel.
The name with which you registered will appear on your tag - the registration is non-transferable.
If you register for a number of tickets under a single name then it is your duty to provide the other name(s) for the badges.
Unfortunately, we have no way to refund payment.