A year after Google announced its plan to establish a start-up incubator and R&D center in Israel, the company on December 10th,  inaugurated the incubator in the presence of Prime Minister Netanyahu.

The incubator, located in the Electra Tower in central Tel Aviv, was due to open in August, but was delayed by a few months until all of Google Israel’s employees in Tel Aviv moved to the new premises, a process which was just completed. The incubator, Campus Tel Aviv, will be run by Google Israel.

Campus Tel Aviv will occupy a full 1,500-square meter floor in the building, and will be entirely devoted to entrepreneurs, with the goal of encouraging innovation in Israel. The Campus will give entrepreneurs access to Google’s teams and other experts, and will provide access to a wide range of smartphones and tablets for developing and testing mobile apps.

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