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New Delhi Times : 'Innovation across borders’
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New Delhi Times : 'Innovation across borders’

“Where does innovation come from?” Europe learns how Israel enables it’s entrepreneurs to address global development challenges, starting with a review of organisational cyber security challenges and ending with drinking water provisions in Connaught Place, Delhi, India. 

“When you have two alternatives the first thing you have to do is look for the third that doesn’t exist yet”  said former Israeli Prime Minister, Shimon Peres. This attitude has been adopted and encouraged in Israel to develop solutions for today’s societies. Israel is promoting and empowering it’s entrepreneurs to look beyond borders, beyond profits and to create an ecosystem from which humanity can benefit.

The opportunity for Israel, Europe and forward thinking countries is now to increase cross border technology and innovation. The transfer of knowledge and skills, to support new developments which value human capital and ensure access for all to resources, will strengthen the rights and protection of citizens against those seeking to exploit the most vulnerable in society.  The European Jewish Congress organised a debate to discuss “Who is responsible for solving the problems?”

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Monday, June 12, 2017
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