Budapest to host FLY Conference 2015 on February 4-5

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The European Jewish Fund, in cooperation with the Embassy of the State of Israel in Hungary, will present the FLY Conference 2015 in Budapest, an initiative that promotes collaborations between Europe and Israel's finest business professionals, entrepreneurs and investors, the embassy announced today in a press release.

The conference has placed a special emphasis on Israeli innovation and aims to connect with investors, expert mentors and accomplished fellow professionals, while showcasing initiatives of their own in front of potential funders and partners.

Attending as speakers and mentors will be prime movers in the Budapest startup scene, including President of the European Entrepreneurship Foundation, Peter Zaboji and Vice President of the Hungarian National Innovation Office, László Korányi. From the Israeli side, the Ambassador of the State of Israel, H.E. Ilan Mor, along with numerous Venture Capital Firms, will bring representation and expertise, including OurCrowd, JanVest, Plus Ventures, JVP, Wadi Ventures, and others, while expert consultations will be held by investors and leading entrepreneurs on all topics related to initiating a Startup.

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