Felicia Herman

Natan/Birthright Israel NEXT Grants for Social Entrepreneurs

Once you have an "innovative" idea how do you get it funded? Luckily, there are opportunities for young innovators to bring their projects to market and help foster their skills. We had the opportunity to speak with Felicia Herman of Natan and Emily Comisar from Birthright Israel Next about the Once you have an "innovative" idea how do you get it funded? Luckily, there are opportunities for young innovators to bring their projects to market and help foster their skills.

Natan/Birthright Israel NEXT Grants for Social Entrepreneurs

Once you have an "innovative" idea how do you get it funded? Luckily, there are opportunities for young innovators to bring their projects to market and help foster their skills. We had the opportunity to speak with Felicia Herman of Natan and Emily Comisar from Birthright Israel Next about the Once you have an "innovative" idea how do you get it funded? Luckily, there are opportunities for young innovators to bring their projects to market and help foster their skills.

UPDATE - Philanthropy Watch: Jewish Start-Ups Continue To Grow

New study finds number of innovative projects up dramatically in last two years.

04/12/2011
Staff Writer

Despite the tough economic climate and increasingly competitive funding landscape, the Jewish innovation sector has grown dramatically in recent years.

Shawn Landres, left, and Joshua Avedon of Jumpstart.

Philanthropy Watch: Jewish Start-Ups Continue To Grow

New study finds number of innovative projects up dramatically in last two years.

04/06/2011
Staff Writer

Despite the tough economic climate and increasingly competitive funding landscape, the Jewish innovation sector has grown dramatically in recent years. There are now 600 Jewish startups in North America that engage more than half a million Jews, up from about 300 startups in 2008, according to the findings of the 2010 Survey of New Jewish Initiatives produced by Jumpstart, the Natan Fund, and The Samuel Bronfman Foundation.

More than 150 of these Jewish startups – approximately 25 percent of survey respondents – have launched since 2008.

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