TechCrunch Ups Engagement in Israel; Will Hold Tech Conference in Tel Aviv on June 7ᵗʰ

The world’s most important tech online magazine TechCrunch is coming back to Israel and this year they’re “ready to dig deeper” into the cutting edge tech that keeps on coming from Israel. Unlike the Meetups and Pitch-off events done in the past two years, this year TechCrunch announced a full day conference focusing on mobility technologies, scheduled for the 7th of June.

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The magazine’s official announcement explains that “the mobility industry is ripe for disruption” and that “Israel is ahead of the game” at its forefront. To reflect this, TechCrunch prepared a robust exhibition area where “the cream of the startup crop will demo their products”, coupled with sessions of high profile figures in the industry such as: Uri Levine of Waze, Raj Kapoor of Lyft and Chemi Peres of Pitango, discussing all the new and promising technologies Israel has to offer.

Full agenda and ticket purchasing is available here.