At the College of Management
Learn about the latest research in the field, and engage in discussions around opportunities for academic-industry collaboration. Held in collaboration with the Israeli National Advisory Board of the GSG.
IMPACT INDUSTRY DAY
Meet hundreds of professionals focused on TechForGood innovation & learn from global impact leaders about the most recent developments & actions around impact innovation.
Celebrating TechForGood entrepreneurship with theme-focused events, startup showcasing, exhibitions and opportunities for meetings, networking & collaborations.
Since its incorporation in 2015, TechForGood has led the formation of the Israeli impact ecosystem.
Through our work with leading international corporations, governments and NGOs we mapped the Israeli impact ecosystem and incubated the most promising startups. These startups raised more than $100M and are using TechForGood’s methodology to integrate, scale and measure their impact.
ACTO - the Academic Center for Impact Investing & Entrepreneurship at the School of Business Administration, the College of Management has been established two years ago through a partnership with the Dualis Fund and the Edmond de Rothschild Foundation.
ACTO is the professional academic entity in Israel designed to provide the platform for developing and teaching the methodologies necessary for impact investing & entrepreneurship.
Venue - Suzanne Dallal Center
The Centre is located in the center of historic Neve Tzedek, the first neighborhood of Tel Aviv, located south of the Yemenite Quarter, just minutes from the Mediterranean Sea. Three late nineteenth century school buildings, designated for preservation, were reconstructed and restored to create the performing arts center which was intended to give a home to contemporary dance in Israel and rejuvenate the neighborhood.
Neve Tzedek (Dwellings of Justice) was established in 1887, 22 years before Tel Aviv was founded, by a small group of Jewish families seeking to live outside of the overcrowded port city of Jaffa. By the beginning of the twentieth century, Neve Tzedek had become home to many artists and writers, including Nobel Prize-winning author S.Y. Agnon. In 1914, the Eden Theater, the first cinema in pre-state Israel, was up and running in Neve Tzedek.