Consulting firm Roland Berger has partnered with Tel Aviv-based Start-Up Nation Central. It is an independent non-profit organization that connects global businesses, investors and governments to Israel’s innovation ecosystem. The two organizations promote commercial opportunities for Israeli innovation companies interested in operating within the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC).
Based on the recently signed Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), Roland Berger will work with Start-Up Nation Central on a series of strategic initiatives. They also carry out joint research and analysis, marketing and promotion activities.
Regarding the partnership, Jeremie Kletzkine, Vice President of Business Development at Start-Up Nation Central, said: A great power to tackle regional and global challenges. “
Start-Up Nation Central has already taken substantive steps to build a bridge between the innovation ecosystems of its member countries. In December 2020, we officially launched the UAE-IL Tech Zone. It is a dedicated platform aimed at bridging technology, entrepreneurship, business, venture capital and government collaboration between the UAE and Israel.
The growing community already connects more than 2,000 business, innovation and technology leaders from both countries and is slowly evolving into a GCC regional community.
Startup Nation Central recently launched the UAE-Israel Business Forum with Israeli Ambassador Mohammed Alkaha of the United Arab Emirates to further promote business relations between the two countries.
Last July, Start-Up Nation Central and Mariam bint Mohammed Saeed Hareb Al Mheiri, Minister of Food and Water Security in the United Arab Emirates, set up a framework for tackling the challenge of sharing food and water security. I have signed an agreement to set up.
https://gulfbusiness.com/roland-berger-and-start-up-nation-central-partner-to-tap-opportunities-in-the-gcc/ Roland Berger and Start-Up Nation Central are partnering to take advantage of commercial opportunities at GCC