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Business Leadership Forum

Friday, June 8th – Sunday, June 10th

The President’s International Business Leadership Forum, Hosted by Hebrew University President, Professor Asher Cohen

Business leaders from around the world and from Israel will join together for a unique program focused on innovation, investment and inspiration. Leaders will get an insider perspective of the Jerusalem world of high- tech and will network with local entrepreneurs and industry leaders.

We are looking forward to celebrating business leadership and we welcome a new cohort of attendees, for a program focus on:

Highlights include:

The Forum is an exclusive 3-day program beginning the Friday before Hebrew University’s annual Board of Governors, and participants are welcome to be the President’s guests for the BOG programs through June 13, 2018. This years’ Board of Governors (BOG) will honor the centennial anniversary of the laying of the cornerstones, with a theme celebrating 100 Years of Knowledge.

The Board of Governors is open to members and non-members alike and we encourage attendance by all who attend the Business Leadership Forum.

Who: Professionals who are leaders in the business world from around the world. You will get a unique glimpse into the Israeli high-tech world, with an emphasis on Jerusalem and the Hebrew University.

Panelists: The HUJI Innovation Panel brings together entrepreneurs, founders, and funders, as well as established businesses to talk about today’s best practices and tomorrow’s most exciting trends. Panelists represent the best of Israeli innovation and will discuss what makes Jerusalem and Israel a successful technological ecosystem.

Faculty members include:

Showcasing companies with innovative technologies, including:

When you sign up for the Forum, you are invited to attend the 81st annual Hebrew University Board of Governors programming for no additional charge.



81st Annual Hebrew University Board of Governors

June 8-13, 2018

This year’s theme, 100 Years of Knowledge, marks the historic centennial anniversary of the laying of the university’s cornerstones on Mount Scopus in Jerusalem. ALL are invited to participate in this program (board membership is not required), which includes meeting faculty, students, and members of the HUJI international community who have a shared interest in higher education, scientific excellence and pioneering research.

Highlights include:

For any questions, please contact our Federal Office, or 02 9389 2825