Iris to Attend 2016 GES in Silicon Valley

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May, 31st – Ramallah, Palestine. Iris Interactive Solutions is heading to Silicon Valley to attend this year’s Global Entrepreneurship Summit (GES) scheduled to take place in June 2016 at Stanford University, US.


GES is a global event bringing together entrepreneurs, innovators, decision-makers and investors. The three-day Summit includes master classes, trainings, workshops, and panels. Among the speakers this year will be US President Barack Obama.

The summit aims to connect global entrepreneurs at all stages of business development with the access and exchange needed to create and innovate. Aiming to change the world. This Summit will be the 7th installment in a series previously hosted by the United States and the governments of Turkey, the United Arab Emirates, Malaysia, Morocco, and Kenya.

An invitation to join GES is hugely sought-after by entrepreneurs and the start-up community across the globe. It is a great honor for Iris to have been invited to this event where we will be presenting our achievements and seeking new partnerships.

It is worth mentioning that among the speakers for this year GES will be many entrepreneurs, innovators and creators from MENA and different parts of the World. To view the full speakers list, check out the official GES Website, you can also check the 3-day agenda here.


About Iris

Iris Solutions is a Palestinian L.L.C. focusing on mind, interactive and touch technology development. In 2014, Iris started providing assistive technology, offering sensory environments to rehabilitation centers. Over the past 2.5 years, Iris installed 15 sensory rooms across Palestine,  in both the West Bank and Gaza, serving more than 4,000 children with various developmental conditions. In 2015, Iris hit a technological-breakthrough, multiplying its impact by 10 through successfully developing the first plug-and-play tool that transforms ordinary rooms into a complete sensory environment in a matter of minutes. The invention is called “Sensory box”. Iris acquired a provisional patent for it, and is planning to officially launch the product  in the summer of 2016.