KDEM Hebrew University will introduce innovation management courses

KDEM and Hebrew University will help Karnataka enable learning modules and strengthen innovation and start-up ecosystems

The Karnataka Digital Economy Mission (KDEM) continues to act as a catalyst for innovation with its new partnership with the Hebrew University of Israel, launching a unique innovation management course, a virtual training program on innovation and entrepreneurship. According to the association, KDEM and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel are hosting its first program over five days covering 10 sessions covering topics such as incubation, disruptive innovation, funding, best practice, acceleration models, sustainability and technology.

The announcement comes as a 12-member delegation of officials from the Israel National Defense College is visiting Karnataka as part of their academic curriculum.

The program is expected to be conducted by experts from Fintech, Business Administration, Venture Capitalists and Entrepreneurs and Economists, such as Professor Eagle Newman, Professor Dan Galai, Saul Orbach, Dr Sharon Arielli and Dr Pablo Kizelztein.

Fully sponsored by the Karnataka Digital Economy Mission, the Innovation Management course will allow participants to gain an in-depth understanding of innovation practices in sectors such as agro-tech, fintech, aerospace, defense, EV, semiconductor, etc. Participants will be part of various mentorship sessions and interactions to understand the gaps in existing ecosystems and the role of clusters in creating sustainable innovative ecosystems. At the end of the course participants will be given a certificate.

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