Opening Bell Ceremony Celebrating
Global Entrepreneurship week 2022 Launch
Pressing the Button to start trading at the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange
Global Entrepreneurship Week will launch at the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange Bell Ceremony on November 13th. It will host entrepreneurs and investors from Japan, the US, Bahrain and Israel, and focus on Emerging Technologies harnessed to solve Wicked Problems.
The program includes Entrepreneurial Round Tables and a SheEntrepreneurs session focusing on Entrepreneurial Challenges.
Participation by invitation only.
08:15-08:30 Registration and Assembly
08:30-10:00 Opening Remarks and Greetings
Ayla Matlaon, Chairman of Global Entrepreneurship Network Israel
Emil ziada, Apple Seeds Association
Dria Leshem, JA-YE Israel
Reem Jasim, Intrapreneur, Economics and Entrepreneurship Researcher
Armando Vitri, Entrepreneur and Investor, CEO of Neubloc. Partner in the investment body 'Ameritege Technology Partners'
Nora Nseir Manassa, CEO, Co-Founder, and Development Manager, Nurami Medical
Tomohiro Takei, Founder and CEO of Makoto (consulting group), Founder Makoto Capital (Spurcle). Associate Professor at
Sarit Berman, Economist in the Economic Department, Stock Exchange
Thomas R. Nides, US Ambassador to Israel
Economics and Enterpreneurship Researcher
Ms. Jasim, is a PhD candidate and a member of the Chair of Economics/Public Finance
at Friedrich Schiller University Jena (Germany). Her research interest is Economic
Diversification and Female Entrepreneurship.
Ms. Jasim previously served the government of Bahrain for 14 years; her latest appointment
was the Director of Risk and Quality Assurance at the Labour Fund (Tamkeen) of the kingdom of Bahrain. She is a Certified Master Black belt from Anexas Denmark and Certified Black Belt from Juran Institute USA.
Ms. Jasim has earned her Master Degree of Science in Marketing from Glasgow Caledonian University (Scotland) and published few articles about e-markeing and consumer attitudes towards e-shopping. She is also an IVLP scholar at the Women and Entrepreneurship program (2013) and a full bright “Hubert H. Humphrey” scholar she did a postgraduate study in the field of “Telecommunications Policy, Regulation & Marketing Management” at Rutgers, The
State University of New Jersey.
Entrepreneur and Investor, CEO of neubloc, Partner in the Investment Body Ameritege Technology Partners.
Mr. Viteri has been involved with AI since his university days at MIT, in the early formation of Sun Microsystems, Symbolics and Thinking Machines. Today he is a founder of a well recognized AI consultancy whose companies include various Global 500 companies.
Mr. Viteri is also active in the seed stage investment community and heads up Keiretsu Forum’s AI Special Interest Group based in Silicon Valley, which is the most active seed stage technology investment group, having 55 chapters worldwide. He has investments in a number of companies who utilize AI techniques in their product.
Mr. Viteri has a solid track record as CEO of different startups to get investments during their early stage. He had been involved in two startups that became two companies that went public - one as a founding principal..
Mr. Viteri earned a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Dr. Tomohiro (Tom) Takei
Founder and CEO of Makoto Consulting. Founder of Makoto Capital (Spurcle) . Associate Professor at Tohoku University
Dr. Takei established MAKOTO in July 2011 after the Great East Japan Earthquake and began supporting entrepreneurs and business owners in Tohoku. Focusing on the creation of an entrepreneurial environment, he has worked with METI, City of Sendai, JP Morgan, and other organizations to implement a number of training programs.
Dr. Takei is also the founder of EO North Japan, the Tohoku chapter of the global entrepreneurial community EO (Entrepreneurs' Organization). Chosen as a Kauffman Fellow of the U.S. Kauffman Foundation in 2011, and selected as one of 88 "energizers of Japan" in 2017 by Forbes.
Dr. Takei currently also serves as visiting associate professor at his longtime alma mater Tohoku University, where he received his doctorate, masters and bachelor's degrees. Ph.D. (Life Science), Graduate School of Life Sciences, Tohoku University.
Nora Nseir manassa
CEO, Co-Founder, and Development Manager at Nurami Medical
Norami Medical is committed to enhance patients healing and boost recovery after surgery through innovation & technology in soft tissue repair.
In addition to her scientific work, Ms. Nseir founded together with a group of women the project 'AWSC Arab women in Sciences & engineering', the association encourages women and students from Arab society to integrate into the world of entrepreneurship, science and engineering.
Ms. Nseir was chosen as one of Israel's 50 most influential women for 2021 by Globes magazine.
Ms. Nseir graduated with a bachelor's degree from the Faculty of Biomedical Engineering and has a master's degree from the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering at the Technion.
Entrepreneurship Expert, Angel Investor
Ms. Matalon has been part of the Israel startup ecosystem since the early 90’s, and has a strong understanding of the Israeli high-tech start-up scene. She pioneered action learning and taught close to 60 entrepreneurship related courses on a variety of MBA and undergrad tech related academic programs. Ms. Matalon was one of Israel’s first analysts in hi tech startups, and managed the US Israel Science and Technology Center. Over the years she mentored and consulted to hundreds of entrepreneurs over the years, and judged in local and international startup competitions. She is an active angel investor.
Thomas Nides was confirmed as the U.S. Ambassador to Israel on November 3, 2021 and was most recently the Managing Director and Vice Chairman of Morgan Stanley. A distinguished public servant as well as a business leader, Nides was the U.S. State Department’s Deputy Secretary of State for Management and Resources from 2010 – 2013. Earlier, Mr. Nides was Morgan Stanley’s Chief Administrative Officer, Chief Operating Officer and Secretary of the Board, the President and Chief Executive Officer of Burson-Marsteller in New York, and the Chief Administrative Officer of Credit Suisse First Boston in Washington, D.C. He also served as the Senior Vice President of Fannie Mae in Washington from 1998 – 2001. Mr. Nides presented his credentials to President Isaac Herzog, who accepted them, on December 5, 2021.
Mr. Nides also served as Chief of Staff to the U.S. Trade Representative, Micky Kantor, was Senior Advisor to Speaker of the House, Thomas S. Foley and was Senior Advisor to House Majority Whip, Tony Coelho. He currently serves on the boards of the Partnership for Public Service, the International Rescue Committee, the Atlantic Council and the Urban Alliance Foundation. He is a Member of the Council on Foreign Relations and the former Chairman of Board of the Woodrow Wilson Center appointed by President Obama.
Mr. Nides received his B.A. degree from the University of Minnesota. He is the recipient of the Secretary of State’s Distinguished Service Award.
Thomas R. Nides
US Ambassador to Israel
Interactive Entrepreneurial Round Tables
We talk a lot about entrepreneurship, but what does it really mean to be an entrepreneur? What is required from me to enter this world? How do I take the first step? Where do I begin? What are the difficulties along the way?
Beyond the face-to-face lectures, the students will get a personal encounter and direct conversation with known entrepreneurs, to allow them to ask questions, discuss the challenges along the way, and hear at first hand about the meaning, the making, the difficulties. "Entrepreneurship" is no longer a lofty and vague word, we break it down in a way that allow the students to feel that it is not so far and unattainable, but possible for each and every one of them.
Ms. Nora Nseir Manassa
Ms. Miri Berger
Founder and CEO, 6Degrees
Ms. Berger is an industrial designer by training completed a master's degree from the Pratt Institute and a B.F.A in Ceramic Design from the Bezalel Academy of Arts. She holds patents for her work in design and has over 15 years of experience in a wide variety of projects in the fields of toys, furniture, electronics, and soft goods. Ms. Berger specializes in designing products that consider unconventional needs, materials, and uses.
6Degrees’ award-winning revolutionary wearable that enables people with dexterity loss to gain independence via touch-free control of smart devices.
The smart wearable translates motion into commands (swipe, zoom, point, etc.) while its embedded AI adapts to individual capabilities (range, tremor etc.).
Co-Founder, Anina Culinary Art
Ms. Brantz has a degree in industrial design from Bezalel. Before working at Anina, Ms. Brantz founded an independent business for graphic design and decor and was a partner in a project which educate children through an online gaming network.
Today, as a co-founder of the Anina company, Ms. Brantz coordinates the field of sustainability and impact, which combines design and innovation.
Anina's technology was invented as a solution to the global food waste problem that includes the landfill of edible agricultural produce due to its unusual appearance alone. Anina redesigns fresh and tasty vegetables with not an attractive visual appearance (unusual shape, size and color) compared to desirable food products, rich in vegetables convenient .
Megatrends through the Lens of Wicked Problems
A different, engaging way to raise awareness, understand and feel the value of emerging global problems and technologies solutions.
One of our main goals is promoting entrepreneurship among young entrepreneurs. Alongside the veteran entrepreneurs, we will put on stage Daria Leshem and Emil Ziada, young entrepreneurs, who took part in entrepreneurial activity and led significant projects at an earlier stage.
Daria Leshem (JA-YE Israel)
A young entrepreneur in the 11th grade. Graduate the 'Doing Business' Program of JA-YE Israel, in which she held the position of CEO. Started a digital school for teenagers during the Corona period, participated in the start-up program Named after Uzia Galil of JA-YE Israel and in an international start-up competition in Estonia.
Emil Ziade (Apple Seeds Association)
A young entrepreneur in the 12th grade. He implemented the "Digital Ramla" project, in purpose to make technology and digital accessible to the residents of Ramla in general, and to the older population in particular. As part of this project, he led about 15 other youth, from the Association who carried out the project together
Ms. Ayla Matalon
Economics and Enterpreneurship Researcher