Technion Graduates Win BizTEC 2017

By NoCamels Team October 03, 2017 Comments

Technion Israel Institute of Technology logo October 3, 2017 | Three graduates from the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology have won the BizTEC 2017, an entrepreneurship program run by students at Technion’s Bronica Entrepreneurship Center, which has raised over $300 million over the years. The three graduates developed NowTecc, a technology that provides insight into network behavior by analyzing user preferences while still maintaining user privacy. BizTEC is a leading tech entrepreneurship program in Israel founded in 2004 as part of Technion’s Bronica Entrepreneurship Center with the goal to encourage and promote entrepreneurship among students at Israeli academic institutions. Its Demo Day took place on September 26 at the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange this year where 120 Israeli students and alumni applied to the program. Twelve of these students reached the final change.  NowTecc, run by graduates Anastasia Logvinenko, Taly Bonder, and Tal Yahav, have won $10,000 donated by David Cohn from Phoenix. Three other groups placed second and won a prize of $3,300. [Photo: BizTEC]





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