We believe innovation is key for future economic growth. Our innovative ecosystem model is based on creating a unique bridge connecting government, academia and private initiative in a beneficial and sustainable manner. BaseCamp's unique expertise enables us to initiate, establish, manage and connect players from different sectors and support the creation of an ecosystem greater than the sum of its parts .
connecting different sectors
Leveraging the potential of local human capital by boosting opportunities and creating high-level tech training programs such as workshops, conferences, hackathons and other
tailor made events.
Academy represents high levels of innovation. Unlocking this innovative ״secret garden", combined with the academic institute's talent pool, can be a powerful tool to attract leading tech companies to the region and encourage economic growth.
We believe multinational and local technology companies, R&D centers and start-ups, should be the heart of the local ecosystem. Understanding their needs and "speaking" their language, will contribute to the Integration of this important piece of the ecosystem.
Government involvement and support are major factors in creating a successful ecosystem, rich with business and employment opportunities. Creating designated incentive tracks & tax exemptions can support in attracting leading tech companies as well as
BaseCamp's ecosystem model is targeted on extracting and leveraging the unique advantages and strengths embodied in the main partners of the ecosystem, to create a successful public-private partnership that will be the main engine boost to the
Israeli innovation is world-known for it's pioneering approach. BaseCamp's vast network of connections with innovative Israeli start-ups, high-tech companies, as well as with senior officials in the Israeli tech ecosystem, fulfills an important part in establishing ecosystems around the globe.
Gav-Yam Negev Tech Park is based on a Public-Private Partnership between BGU (Ben-Gurion University),
city of Beer-Sheva, Gav-Yam and Innovation BaseCamp.
Talented innovative employees
IT companies & startups
Annual direct income to the region
Innovation BaseCamp’s model can be adapted according to the uniqueness of each project, country and location.
MR. Zwebner is part of the founding group and private shareholder at the Private Public Partnership initiative of developing the Advanced Technologies Park in Beer Sheva, Israel. Mr. Zwebner is the founder and CEO of Innovation BaseCamp. Zwebner holds MBA degree from the Hebrew University.
David gathered 16 years of experience in manage and development, Consulting services for various companies, Among other things David deals in develop alternative energy solutions. Shemesh holds an MSc Degree in Electronical Engineer, Thesis in the field of medical bio optics treatments with lasers.
Offir is the manager of BaseCamp's innovation hubs -klika kassem hub and BaseCamp Center in Beer Sheva. Offir has been working at Gav Yam Negev High Tech Park since 2016, and holds B.A in Psychology and Education from Ben gurion university.
Noya is a brand manager and UX/UI designer. Experienced with creating brands strategy, marketing, and design websites and apps.Noya holds B.A in psychology from Tel-Hai Academic College and graduated UX/UI studies from Netcraft academy.
Itay is the Co-founder of Tech7, the leading tech community of southern Israel. Itay was the community manager of the Gav Yam Negev High Tech Park, and has been part of the park since its opening in 2013. Itay holds MBA degree from Duke University and Tel-Aviv University.
Miri is the HR manager of the company. Miri gathered 20 yers of experience in logistics and management and has been working with MR. Zwebner for the passed two decades.
We Believe in Partnership