the new normal?

the change begins here

about this webinar

Its going to be “a whole new world” they tell us. A world where humanity gets used to interacting in virtual spaces; a world where our next trip to Mexico or the Philippines will look very different. Come and join us to learn a little bit about “tomorrow” – it’s going to be all about technology, tourism & humanity.

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Participating projects and speakers

SAFE by GlobeKeeper

SAFE by GlobeKeeper

Who we are:

One of the main challenges of the pandemic is its ability to rapidly circulate throughout the population. In order to prevent widescale infection, countries have instituted strict lockdown orders, which as lead to significant economic consequences. Conversely, other countries have implemented “targeted isolation” aimed at quarantining only individuals who have likely contracted the virus. So, how do these countries know who has likely been infected? That’s where we come in. 

 About the speaker:

Dan Peleg 

CEO of GLOBEKEEPER Dan started hacking & programming when he was 12. He opened his first successful business at the age of 15, developed robotic systems for General Robotics, and lectured in DEFCON when he was 17. Following his early-life experience, he recruited to the Technological Intelligence unit in the IDF where he served for 4 years as a software developer and researcher. Today he’s the CEO of GLOBEKEEPER, a company that builds real-time field collaboration platform that improves officer’s response time by +60% and helps them save lives.

What we’ll speak about:

  1. How the idea came up?
  2. What’s Its actual impact in numbers?
  3. Practical tips to help implement these ideas by yourself, anytime, anywhere in the world? 
Tourism Post COVID-19

Tourism Post COVID-19

What we’ll speak about:

The “Next Normal” future of Traveling on a budget

Are you waiting to hit the road again?
Thoughts and insights on the future of tourism with a closer look at budget travel and Generation Y & Z post-covid19 global tourism. How will tourism look like once restarted? When will we be able to travel? What would it mean to be a tourist, traveler or an experience seeker as the pandemic recedes and the world will re-open for travel? A cautious; yet, broad outlook on the path to recovery and the future of travel and tourism post Covid19 from a creativity and innovation tourism expert perspective.

About the speaker:

Dr. Osnat Broshi-Chen, the Concept Group, is a senior travel industry expert,
Consultant and researcher. Mastering Creativity, INNovation and entrepreneurial thinking | Crisis management | Tourism & Hospitality Planning and Management | Marketing and Branding. Her novel research combines the areas of creativity and innovation within the field of tourism crisis management. In this respect, she is an enthusiastic advocator of crisis as a call for change and an invitation to innovation.

She established a new holistic model of creativity and innovation-oriented crisis management and mitigation for worldwide destinations, tourism stakeholders and entrepreneurs looking for a renewed “out-of-the-box” counter-intuitive crisis management measures (approach and solutions) for increased resilience and growth out of a crisis.

Her new blog: ThePleasureofTravel.co.il focuses on slow travelling and creative experiences off the beaten track for a balanced life and meaningful travel.

Light From Generation To Generation

Light From Generation To Generation

Who we are: A social initiative that primarily assists senior citizens living in retirement homes, through the tech system called “family home” – a tech system, which allows seniors retirement homes to contact their families via Zoom and Skype with an easy and accessible method. 

About the speaker: 

Yoav Izhar-Prato

Chief Executive Officer, Co-Founder and Chairman of the Board

Yoav is Co-Founder, Chief Executive Officer, and Chairman of the Board at Kenshoo. As the founder of several startups around the globe in the area of Internet and mobile applications and former manager of ECI Thailand, Yoav brings more than 20 years of product, marketing and business management to Kenshoo. 

What we’ll speak about:

  1. What’s the story behind the initiative? 
  2. What’s Its actual impact in numbers?
  3. Practical tips to help implement these ideas by yourself, anytime, anywhere in the world?
Happy Hour

Happy Hour

Who we are:

Volunteerism is something we often struggle to find time for even if we want to. Between work, school and a personal life, helping others becomes something that we’ll “do when we have time.” The initiative Happy Hour ensures that you won’t have to invest huge chunks of time to make others happy – and yourself as well.
We love complaining that we don’t have time even though- and this will be our little secret- we have at least one hour of free time every day (don’t believe us? Check how much time you spend on Facebook). The Happy Hour initiative will not only disconnect you from wasted time on social media, but also connect you with other likeminded people with shared hobbies and interests. You’ll even get to chalk up some volunteer hours while you’re at it!
Happy Hour was established by Roni Fiblovitz who missed the time spent with her grandfather, Pesach Fiblovitz. “We were very close. We met every week and played cards together. Our bond grew deep,” Roni explained. When Pesach passed away at age 101, he left a great sense of longing inside Roni.
Her desire to perpetuate his memory and the need to ease her sense of longing brought the Happy Hour initiative into the world, which aims to connect young people and the elderly for lighthearted and fun hangouts that last, of course, one hour. “I created the project to foster a bond between the young and the old, not out of familial or employment connections, but out of fun activities together,” added Roni. “We all have hobbies and it can be hard sometimes to make time for them. This project gives people room to devote time into your hobby, yourself, and somebody else.”

About the speaker:

Ronny Faivelovitz

Founder of “Happy hour”

Ronny Faivelovitz is the founder of FUTURE- a Venture Builder that invest in entrepreneurs at the age of +45, with rich background of leading companies, who channel their knowledge and experience to develop companies which deals with urgent market needs.

Prior to FUTURE, Ronny established Impact Investing Israel, Israel’s leading organisation dedicated to developing the impact investment sector. Impact Investing Israel offer opportunities to all players, from investors and philanthropists and entrepreneurs, to strengthen their engagement in the Israeli Impact Investing sector and take their first steps in the field.

What we’ll speak about:

  • The story behind
  • 5 tips how you can implement it by yourself
  • How do you measure your impact?

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