gOVERnMENTAL fUNDING FOR tECHnology R&D
Established in 2009, Kimron Consulting was created to support a wide range of technology companies seeking readily available, low-cost funding options.
At Kimron Consulting we provide practical, end-to-end, professional consulting services to secure government funding for the high-tech industry. We guide our clients throughout the process, from project inception to completion, working hand-in-hand with management.
As our client portfolio reflects, we are able to assist companies at any stage and of any size - anywhere from seed capital to public (NASDAQ).
Our reputation, success track record and hands-on approach ensure the highest quality of services and positive results.
TRACK RECORD OF EXCELLENCE
Raised in Grants
The Israeli market is one of the most dynamic R&D environments in the world.
Over 1 billion NIS in government incentive grants are distributed annually under the guidance of the country’s Innovation Authority (Formerly the Office of the Chief Scientist).
These exclusive grants are among the most founder-friendly forms of available capital in the market. That said, experienced and detailed knowledge of the process at hand is mandatory in order to successfully secure government funding.
Private Equity Vs. Government Incentives
Kimron Consulting provides companies with a significantly attractive option for leveraging Private Equity funding.
It is intended to perform in conjunction with initial seed capital, venture capital, and/or on-going revenues.
Our client portfolio includes companies from all industries eligible for government funding
Idan has vast experience drafting and filing grant applications dating back to 2007. He is an expert at identifying technological innovation and maximizing companies' capacity to maximize approved grants.
He was a senior advisor and a team manager of E&Y's Global Incentives Advisory until 2010. Prior to his position with E&Y, Idan was BD and Marketing Manager for Ehrlich & Fenster, a patent attorney firm.
Idan holds a BSc in Physics and Math from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (Talpiot Program) and an MBA from the Recannati School of Business at Tel-Aviv University.