Yoocan, Access Israel and TOM at Upcoming 6th Annual Access Israel International Convention
Events, ICT, Middle East, April 12 2018
TEL AVIV, ISRAEL: Yoocan, Access Israel and TOM to conduct an innovation showcase and startups competition in the upcoming 6th annual Access Israel international convention.
The convention will be held April 26-29th in Tel Aviv focusing on innovation and the future of accessibility. Participants will discuss global trends, regulation and explore the Israeli assistive innovation scene. Companies will present accessibility solutions to more than 800 attendees from Israel and abroad.
Moshe Gaon founder of Yoocan Technologies (yoocanfind.com), a global collaborative community for sharing experiences and knowledge, for and by people with disabilities, will be speaking about the newly created assistive technology hub. He will also be moderating a special panel on technology and competition between seven innovative accessibility focused Israeli companies who were selected to present.
Gaon says “the upcoming conference will be a great opportunity to showcase Israeli assistive innovation in this hot space of assistive technology and help expose more innovative solutions from Israel to the global disability community.”
Access Israel is a leading non-profit organization founded and led by Yuval Wagner, which focuses on promoting better accessibility and legislation in Israel to make cities and services more accessible to the disability community. Access Israel has revolutionized the quality of life and accessibility for hundreds of thousands of people in Israel.
TOM, Tikun Olam Makers founded by Gidi Grinstein, is a global non-profit organization focusing on developing and creating innovative solutions for the disability community via makers communities around the world. TOM collaborates worldwide, bringing together social activism, open innovation, and open source to develop solutions where market forces fail people with disabilities.
Contact Moshe Gaon for more information: email@example.com