Israeli high-tech entrepreneurs will be focused on improving the lives of Holocaust survivors for 36 hours in May. Their goal will be to seek tech solutions to their needs and find an effective way to commemorate the tragedy and educate future generations.
As reported by The Times of Israel, four Israeli entrepreneurs, Nathan Leibzon, Erez Gavish, Anat Greemland and Alon Rapaport, have recently announced the “Spark Hackathon.” This special Hackathon will see entrepreneurs, mentors and developers working together with Holocaust survivors and representatives of nonprofit organizations.
To back this initiative, Microsoft Israel and Ernst & Young Israel among others.
The organizers of the hackathon have already met with survivors and related nonprofit organizations to understand the main challenges.
The Hackathon will take place at the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange on May 10 at 8 am and will continue for 36 consecutive hours.
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