Brainnovations FAQ

  1. Why should I join Brainnovations?
    Brainnovations is the world’s first exclusively brainTech Launchpad! This 3┬ámonth long program includes a unique curriculum of lectures and workshops, one-on-one mentoring, access to IBT’s extensive expert network, shared work space, and investor introductions. Participants will complete the program prepared to raise their first round of funding.
  2. Who is this program for?
    The program is intended for scientists, inventors and entrepreneurs with ideas and early stage projects in the braintech arena. The scope for applications includes everything from pharma, device and mobile, to consumer.
  3. What will I learn in this program?
    The lectures and workshops in the program will be held by field experts and will cover everything one has to know in order to make his idea into a successful company. The curriculum will include product definition, marketing, funding, intellectual property, regulation and much more, all from the unique angle of the braintech world.
  4. How much time would I be expected to invest in the program? \ What is the time commitment required for the program?
    Teams will meet 1-2 times a week. These meetings will include lectures or workshops for all program participants (once a week), working meetings per project and meeting with mentors.
  5. If I have a good idea, but still don’t have a team, can I still join the program?
    In such a case you should apply to the program and specify in your application form that you are looking to team up. We will do our best to help you find the right partners for your initiative.
  6. How much does it cost? Does IBT take equity?
    Brainnovations is a non-profit accelerator! The program is completely free and IBT takes no equity at all. IBT is a non-profit organization which main mission is to help turn Israel to a leading BrainTech hub.
  7. Is there any conflict of interests with regards to IP?
    The participants chosen for the program come with their own IP, in different stages of development. We expect that if any IP will be created during the program, it will be the result of the work of the participants. We also intend to guide our mentors in this aspect (in terms of the scope of their contribution to the projects), to avoid conflicts.