Tel Aviv hardware startups to meet on the next great consumer electronics

PCH will host a PCH Hardware Meetup at WeWork Dubnov in Tel Aviv, Israel on May 25, between 6:00 and 8:00 PM.

The meetup will aim to attract Tel Aviv’s best makers, designers, engineers, technology-enthusiasts, marketers and designers to network and talk about the present and future of the hardware space.

Speaking at the event will be Omer Enbar of Tel Aviv-based Sensibo, makers of the device that turns any air conditioner into a smart air conditioner.

Mr. Enbar will be discussing the Tel Aviv hardware scene along with his own entrepreneurial journey bringing his product idea to life. Attendees will also be given time to pitch their startups and ideas to the room before the networking period of the evening begins.


“Tel Aviv is such a vibrant tech hub with incredible talent. We’re so excited to have a chance to bring together makers in the area to connect and build the next great hardware businesses.”

Katherine Hague, VP of Community Engagement and Hackathons, PCH

This is the first meetup that PCH has hosted in Israel, with previous events taking place in New York, San Francisco, Kitchener-Waterloo, Dublin, Hong Kong and Shenzhen, and will be following a meetup hosted just four days prior in London.


”Tel Aviv is a thriving hub for hardware startups. We want to harness this energy by bringing people together. Meetups are a great place to meet other passionate entrepreneurs in the community, and build teams that will hopefully turn into the companies of the future.”

PCH Founder and CEO Liam Casey

Ticket Prices

This is a free event. RSVP is required and can be completed here.

To learn more about PCH Hardware Hackathons, watch the video here.