Israeli Startups, Let's Meet Up At Techonomy 2010

Israeli entrepreneurs and VCs, I’ll be happy to meet as many of you as humanly possible in the span of 3-4 days while I’m spending some time in Tel Aviv in a few weeks. I’ll be heading down there – first time ever – on the 3rd of May and stick around until the 6th of May around noon.

I’m traveling to Israel for Techonomy 2010, a must-attend event for anyone professionally involved with the Web and technology in general.

This is the second time the event is being held, and it’s being pitched as follows:

Techonomy is where innovation meets practicality. Like Techonomy 2009, this year’s event should be attended by entrepreneurs and investors, developers or anyone who is in the process of leveraging a business through the internet.

You can find more information about the event here if you’re not convinced. As for me, I love innovation, and I love practicality, so count me in!

Update: what a coincidence – looks like Mini Seedcamp Tel Aviv will be held on the 6th of May, which means perfect timing. Count me in there, too!

There will be a launchpad for 7 hot new yet-to-be-announced startups, who will present their business to the entire audience and a panel of expert judges such as Robert Scoble, Jeff Pulver, Yaron Samid and Eyal Shahar (full list can be found on the main website).

You can register here – the venue is YES Planet (Kanyon Ayalon, Ramat Gan).

Kudos to Orli Yakuel and Eddy Resnick for setting up the event and inviting TechCrunch (read: me) over – we’re proud to be a media partner.

Really looking forward to it! See you there?