Innovating for Economic Growth
Working closely with governments, IdealityRoads leverages 20 years of experience within Israel’s high-tech ecosystem to develop comprehensive public-private innovation policies. With suitable initiatives and regulatory framework in place, decision makers are then able to develop a local knowledge economy, driving economic growth.
Facilitating Corporate Innovation
IdealityRoads is uniquely positioned to facilitate innovation initiatives in private organizations. One of the ways in which the company does this is by building from scratch early-stage venture capital funds in the form of technology incubators, and developing within them high-level start-up management skills that instill a mentality of ‘going global from day one’.
Gaining a Competitive Edge through Technology
IdealityRoads enables private sector clients to transform their businesses by realizing the full benefits of cutting-edge Israeli technology solutions in areas such as energy, agritech, fintech, healthcare, industrial technology and more. These solutions enable clients to develop new sources of revenue, increase profitability and streamline efficiency to increase local, regional, and even global competitiveness. IdealityRoads’ proprietary process has been carefully designed to address cultural, language and business barriers to corporate engagement with startups.
Commercializing Academic Research
While many universities have a Technology Transfer Office or Center that is responsible for driving the commercialization of academic research, few have managed to unlock the full, transformational value of effective technology transfer. IdealityRoads works to build knowledge, develop policies and provide tools that enable staff to turn the TTO into a powerhouse of opportunities, for the university, academics, investors and industry alike.
Proven track record
IdealityRoads’ methodology has been proven through projects around the world. The company bolstered New Zealand’s innovative ecosystem by establishing a National Technology Incubator program; designed and built CITES, Argentina’s first early-stage private venture capital fund capable of developing university IP into global startups; and is engaged in a number of active technology sourcing partnerships in Latin America and Western Europe.