Israeli Accelerator Affiliated with French IT Firm Prodware Announces First Cohort Selection

As part of the six-month program, companies will receive business and financial mentoring aimed at breaking into the global market

Originally appeared on CTech 

Israel-based 365x, a new tech accelerator founded by French businessman Philippe Bouaziz, has selected 13 startups to take part in its inaugural cohort, the accelerator announced Sunday. Selected startups will receive business and financial mentoring aimed at breaking into the global market, provided by Euronext Paris-listed information technology company Prodware AS, founded by Bouaziz, and other partner companies.

San Francisco-based data management company Panoply Ltd., Tel Aviv-based customer engagement startup Routier Ltd., and Israel-based adtech startup Gamoshi Ltd. are among the selected companies, chosen from over 200 candidates. The six-month program will run in two coworking spaces in Tel Aviv and Kfar Saba, a town in central Israel, both owned by Bouaziz’s Paris-based investment firm Sarona Ventures.