An innovation centre to help Danish companies cooperate with investors and universities has opened its doors in Tel Aviv.
The centre, inaugurated on 27 October, is the seventh innovation centre that Denmark has launched abroad. The others are located in Shanghai, Silicon Valley, Munich, Sao Paulo, New Delhi and Seoul. In conjunction with the event, the Danish research ministry published a plan outlining cooperation with Israel.
The purpose of the centres, run jointly by the ministry of foreign affairs and the ministry of research and education, is to support Danish businesses, research and education institutions to access international knowledge and networking.