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Start-up country israel: rough ideas in search of capital

start-up country israel: rough ideas in search of capital

In front of the peres peace center in tel aviv, the spring sun is shining over the mediterranean sea; inside, one hopeful entrepreneur after another takes to the stage in front of potential investors.

The founders want to simplify the purchase of coffee or perfect location-based advertising on cell phones, for which they sometimes need a million dollars, sometimes only 500,000. They are mostly male, almost all of them wear jackets and jeans, and appear routine. Many of them have already founded several companies.

Sarah nadav is a mid-thirties mom, and a relative newcomer to the start-up business. This is the second time that it has taken part in this so-called "bootcamp", a kind of partner organization for young companies. Over the course of two days, more than 50 start-ups that have a business idea but not yet the necessary capital will present themselves here. In one-on-one meetings with investors, possible collaborations are explored. Interest in start-ups from israel is rough. Companies from japan, the USA and italy will be there. Bertelsmann is there from germany.

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The kch will be back in the clubhouse in 2015 after all?

The KCH will be back in the clubhouse in 2015 after all?

Two weeks ago, the carnival club of herzogenaurach (KCH) made a lot of noise about the city's clubhouse. Right at the end of the session, the jesters announced that they would no longer be holding any events in the town's event hall. Above all the landlord stood there in the criticism. Now mayor german hacker (SPD) has brought the two opponents to the table. With the preliminary result: a return of the KCH to the clubhouse from 2015 is apparently possible.

In 2014, however, "we will definitely not be going to the clubhouse", said KCH chairman gerd engert yesterday at the request of the FT. The association is celebrating its 50th anniversary. Jubilee and tries to find a different setting for the carnival sessions. It should be a coarser hall in the coming year, informs the city administration in a press release. This was sent by mayor german hacker after the meeting, which was also attended by gerd engert for the KCH and club house tenant serkan bektas. Both opponents signed, the voting discussion was moderated by german hacker.

Ready to negotiate
After the jubilant year however could the "uraha helau" then already again in the clubhouse resound. Wordly the press release says: "for the following years one is ready to go after clear preliminary discussion into the club house". Which means for the KCH concretely: "if the specifications are kept, then we can talk about it", says engert. One of the most important requirements for him is cleanliness, both in the toilets and in the hall. This is what was discussed and agreed upon. "We will control this", engert explains further and announces a tour of the building before the carnival sessions. To further details he did not want to refer position. It was agreed not to make any further noise.