OurCrowd Leaders Forum

Tuesday, February 14 | Binyanei Hauma/ International Convention Center, Jerusalem

Tackling the Industry’s Biggest Challenges

The OurCrowd Leaders Forum is an exclusive gathering that takes place the day before the OurCrowd Global Investor Summit. Top investors, multinational execs, and entrepreneurs, gather to work on the deepest questions in the global innovation community.

  • The day features customized, educational content and networking, including workshops, roundtables, presentations, one-on-one meetings, and opportunities for valuable networking.
  • Attendees also get a sneak peek at the Summit Day venue.
  • This is an invite-only event. Please contact your OurCrowd representative for more information and registration.

“The pre-Summit Leaders Forum was the best use of five hours I’ve had in the past five years” Innovation executive

Schedule – Wednesday, February 14 subject to change 

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ALL DAY

Pre-Scheduled Meetings

Facilitated networking between OurCrowd portfolio startups and funds, investors and corporates, throughout the day.
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08:00 – 09:00

Registration & Breakfast 

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09:00-10:15

Opening Plenary

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10:15-10:45

Networking Break

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10:45-12:00

Investor Track: Pre-Summit Show with Jon Medved

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10:45-12:00

Startup & Corporate Track: A Walk Along the Innovation Journey

Knowledge

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12:15-13:15

Joint Session and Roundtables

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13:15-14:15

Lunch & Networking

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14:15-16:15

Pre-Scheduled Networking

An unparalleled opportunity to connect with leaders of the tech ecosystem.

“There’s no better place than the OurCrowd Summit to start thinking about the big themes” 

Check Out Session Highlights from 2020 OurCrowd Leaders Forum

“The job of every investor is to identify what stories are compelling, to be able to detect nuances. Its one of the highly predictive facets of whether the company will or not become a unicorn.” – Daniel Schreiber, CEO & Co-Founder, Lemonade

“The technology sector is gone. Every single company in the world is a tech company…. Traditional non-technology companies have now bought more technology companies than the technology companies themselves.” – Storm Duncan, Global Head of M&A, Jefferies

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