The EU-Israel hub selects 13 startups for the 3rd cohort
EIT Hub Israel, the Israeli arm of the European Union’s innovation and technology arm, announced last week the 13 startups from seven countries that will participate in the third cohort of its international post-accelerator program Calling2Scale.
The program will begin later this month and will be facilitated by Israeli renewable energy and environmental infrastructure developer Doral Energy Group, Italian energy supplier Alperia, US medical device company Integer, the innovation center of Israel’s Ichilov IMed Medical Center and Israel’s largest oil refinery operator. BAZAN group.
The 3-month program targets startups with a working product. A team of Israeli and European mentors and marketing experts drawn from EIT’s extensive innovation community will help selected startups break into new global markets.
To date, program alumni have collectively raised €7.7 million (nearly $8.1 million) in grants and venture capital funds during and after the program.
Opened in 2019, EIT Hub Israel establishes synergies between the EIT innovation communities and the Israeli ecosystem to facilitate the growth of startups and increase the number of projects and collaborations between the EU and Israel. The Israeli hub is part of an international cooperation project that includes parallel hubs in Silicon Valley and the UK.
The 13 selected startups are:
Carmel Diagnostics Ltd. (Israel); a revolutionary medical system that selects the most viable embryos for a successful IVF pregnancy.
MOWOOT (Spain); a medical device company treating intestinal transit disorders with a purely physical, non-drug and non-invasive solution.
Iluria (Israel); clinically validated monitoring software, provides support to caregivers and families for ADHD management and aid in treatment decisions.
MedixSpace (Netherlands); a digital cancer care ecosystem composed of 4 modules: a virtual tumor chart, chemotherapy management, a patient support application and ongoing care management.
Solutum (Israel); a new plastic material with all the features and benefits of plastic that completely dissolves in water at room temperature, after a predetermined delay time, and then biodegrades into natural and eco-friendly components with no microplastic residue.
Biomonde (Portugal); A patented biopolymer, obtained from waste and by-products from the food industry. Depending on the percentage of each waste and/or by-product used in the formulation of the biopolymer, its characteristics can be varied, namely transparency, mechanical resistance, moisture absorption and biodegradability.
Blueplasma Power (Spain); which provides efficient and cost-effective solutions to the global problem of non-recyclable organic waste.
Boson Energy (Israel); a catalyst for decarbonization efforts by providing cost-effective and sustainable hydrogen from solid residues such as household waste, medical waste, agricultural waste and others.
ACiiST Smart Networks (Israel); which provides seamless, scalable and secure Ethernet network infrastructure technology for smart cities.
SEEDiA Sp. z oo (Poland); designer for smart cities with modern and innovative small architecture usable objects powered by solar energy.
Carbon Analytics (UK); a granular emissions tracking and intelligence platform for decarbonization.
Synvertec (Israel); an algorithm-based software company that enables 100% renewable generation by providing grid stability solutions for inverter-based applications, such as solar PV, battery storage, electric vehicles and wind.
CYRUS (Greece); which offers a quiet metal hydride hydrogen compressor for use in hydrogen fueling stations in the automotive industry.