KOISRA recently signed on representation and cooperation agreement with The Hebrew University of Jerusalem Executive Innovation and Entrepreneurship Program. The Program is a unique and exciting program of special tailor made seminars and workshops that reveal the core of the outstanding phenomenon called "The Startup Nation" of Israel.

The agreement was signed by Hebrew University Program Director Mr. Itay Friedjung and CEO of KOISRA Adv. Eyal Victor Mamou. The parties aims to promote and develop entrepreneurship, creativity and innovation at the University level among Korean students, corporate executives, startup founders, teachers, government officers and policy makers.

During the Program the delegates meet with Top successful startup founders and entrepreneurs from various fields, Inspiring academic professors and pioneering startup mentors, Executives & leaders of Venture Capital Funds and Representatives of the Israeli government. The Program provides a first-hand experience and training under Israel's most successful entrepreneurial mentors through entrepreneurship & innovation workshops.

The Program combines the most updated academic theories together with practical insights which can be relevant for Korean government bodies but also R&D department in private companies who wish to learn and benchmark the most updated technologies trends and development. The Program can be designed for the relevant subject and focus such as Cyber Security, Agriculture, Fintech & BlockChain, Education, Big Data, AI & Robotics, Biomed, and Women Entrepreneurships.

According to the agreement, KOISRA will represent the Hebrew University Program in South Korea and will be in charge of the business development and marketing activities. In addition, KOISRA will work on adjustment and localization of the Program to fit the Korean market needs and exception. By the end of the Program each participant will receive official graduate certificate issued by the Hebrew University.

The Hebrew University of Jerusalem is Israel's second oldest university, established in 1918, 30 years before the establishment of the State of Israel. Not many know, but the first Board of Governors of the University included great and well known people such as Albert Einstein, Sigmund Freud, Martin Buber, and Chaim Weizmann – the first president of Israel. The University is world leader in innovation and creativity. As of 2018, 15 Nobel Prize winners, 2 Fields Medalists, and 3 Turing Award winners have been affiliated with the University.