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Two Israeli start-ups finalists in world start-up contest in France

Pzartech founders Jeremie Brabet-Adonajlo and his partner Joachim Hagege. Credit:   iiAwards.

Pzartech founders Jeremie Brabet-Adonajlo and his partner Joachim Hagege. Credit:   iiAwards.

(JNS.org) Two Israeli start-ups, Pixoneye and Pzartech, are two of the six super finalists in the iiAwards, a world start-up competition organized by the Paris Region Lab and supported by the City of Paris, France.

Ofri Ben Porat of the computer vision startup Pixonyey and Jeremie Brabet-Adonajlo of the 3D printing startup Pzartech will make a final pitch on Dec. 2 at the Grands Prix de l’Innovation. As super finalists they will be able to join an entrepreneurship incubator program in Paris and compete for a 20,000€ ($24,845) prize.

“The iiAwards is an opportunity to work with the ecosystem of Paris, we feel it’s a moment when this region is investing a lot of energy in support of the entrepreneurs and we really appreciate that,” said Brabet-Adonajlo and his partner Joachim Hagege.

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