We’re excited to add another successful TeXchange cycle to our list of achievements, with TeXchange 2018: Smart Cities which concluded last week in London. This was the fifth cohort of the UK Israel Tech Hub’s annual flagship programme.
TeXchange encompasses everything the Hub is set out to do. 13 Israeli companies and 2 South African companies from our new Tech Hub – have been carefully selected in a competitive process and through industry consultation, representing the top of the crop of Israel and South Africa’s latest Smart Cities technologies. These companies spent 4 immersive days of business meetings and networking with our UK partners and showcasing their innovation, offering solutions to the most crucial needs of the UK’s Smart Cities Sector.
Our goal was to create a streamline of cutting edge innovation into the UK economy. We expect TeXchange 2018: Smart Cities to generate tremendous interest in both the UK and Israel, resulting in impactful win-win partnerships between the participants.
Congratulation to our successful delegates from Israel and South Africa: autofleet, Celeno, ENROUTE, Continual, InfiniDome LTD (GPSDOME), iXDen Ltd., NoTraffic, otonomo, Powhere, RadGreen, Spatial Logic, ZenCity, Eco V and mysmartcity.
A huge thank you to our top UK partners – BP, Centrica, BT, Public, Atkins, Ordance Survey, TFL, City of London, DCMS, Meridian, Horiba Mira and Bird&Bird for doing business together and making this great opportunity possible.