With some 70% of the world’s population expected to live in urban areas by 2050, the potential economic benefit generated by smart cities is estimated in the trillions of dollars.
Governments and municipalities are investing heavily in smart city applications – the Sharing Cities program, leaning on € 24 million in EU funding recently hit a € 250 million milestone as it aims to reach € 500 million in investment in over 100 municipalities across Europe.
On May 27, IMPROVATE will hold ‘Smart Cities & Mobile’ conference in Tel Aviv, attended by senior government officials, mayors, town planners, architects, and other players in the smart city field, along with investors and funds from Europe and beyond, and pioneering Israeli companies who will present the latest technological innovations in the field.
The conference is an opportunity to showcase your technologies to
government officials and policy makers, mayors, city administrators, and more. The conference will also give your company widespread exposure over multiple media. Leveraging our extensive networks, IMPROVATE will follow up on the conference by helping you to create real-world business connections, promote your professional interests, and close deals.
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IMPROVATE is a platform that makes technology and innovation accessible to countries around the world, with an emphasis on advancing Israeli technologies.
Launched in September 2020, IMPROVATE operates out of London and Tel Aviv and serves as a platform to connect leaders and decision-makers, and companies and investors with technology and innovation companies.
IMPROVATE works through international conferences and business delegations and promotes deals between governments, organizations, and investors with technology and innovation companies.
Among IMPROVATE’s Board members are Mr. Garry Kasparov former world chess champion, President Rosen Plevneliev President of Bulgaria from 2010-2017 and IDF Major Gen. (Ret.) Amos Gilad.