KOISRA recently signed a representative agreement with IVC Research Center - the leading data source and business information company in Israel’s high-tech industry.
While Israel is known for its world-class advanced technologies and the largest amount of tech startups per capita, IVC Research Center is considered the premier high tech startup research institution in Israel and has been examining the Israeli ecosystem for over twenty years. Since its establishment in 1997, IVC Research Center collect, mine and analysis thousands of startups, transactions and investments activities in the Israeli market and today its database include over 8,500 active high tech startups.
The agreement has been signed in Tel Aviv, Israel by IVC Research Center’s CEO, Mr. Guy Holtzman and Adv. Eyal Victor Mamou – KOISRA’s CEO. According to the agreement, KOISRA will represent IVC Research Center in South Korea and will be in charge of its business development, sales and marketing activities in the Korean market. In addition, KOISRA will be authorized to translate, publish and distribute IVC Research Center reports, surveys and reviews in Korea.
“Israel, the ‘Startup Nation’- is amazing place to source for advanced technologies and solutions for unsolved problems. It’s also one of the best locations in world to open corporate innovation center and be exposed to new ideas, technologies and business models. In 2019 we counted more than 350 multinational corporation and R&D centers in Israel. Due to our deep network in the Israeli ecosystem, we get dozens of inquiries every year from Korean SMEs and conglomerates that are looking for new technologies and business operation in the Israeli market. I believe that with tools, research and data provided by IVC Research Center we will be able to support and address our Korean clients with better and more accurate solutions regarding the Israeli high tech industry” said Adv. Eyal Victor Mamou, CEO of KOISRA.
“IVC Research Center chose KOISRA due to its market leading position in the Korean business development & consulting industry as well as its network and experience in the Korean startups ecosystem and the technological research and development sector. Korea is the 11th largest economy in the world and as an export-oriented manufacturing economy, there is always need to develop new products, new systems and technologies. In this aspect Israel can be great source for such technologies and we are looking forward to work closely with KOISRA in the Korean market on this matter” said Mr. Guy Holtzman, CEO of IVC Research Center.