The authority said that after an eight-month competitive process, it had selected a group comprising Tnuva, Israel’s largest food manufacturer; Tempo Beverages Ltd., an Israeli beverage company; Jerusalem-based equity crowdfunding venture OurCrowd; and US VC fund Finistere Ventures LLC, for an eight-year license to run the Sparks incubator in the northern city of Kiryat Shmona.

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