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Workshop "Running Business in Global" and  interim project coordination took place in Tel Aviv, the city situated on the Israeli Mediterranean coastline. The visit lasted one week, from February 13th  till 20th of February 2011. All participants met on Sunday, the 13th of February at the Grand Beach Hotel in Tel Aviv, where the welcoming meeting has been held. Program started on Monday with a warm welcoming of Dr. Dafna Kariv, the Israeli recipient of the FosentHE Project. Ms. Netta Sade & Mr Gadi Haber, NTO Israel, introduced and explained the functioning National Tempus Offices Role and Activities and pointed out that FoSentHE Project sets an example with good practices and the 5E5 structure, a mutual effort to achieve academic goal. Prof. Marina Dabic, grant holder of the Tempus FoSentHE project, also addressed all participants with a welcoming speech and announced that she has received a very positive feedback from the UE in terms of accreditation, quality of the program and best practices example illustrated among others by the involvement of a lot of students in the achievement of the project. The agenda followed meeting of staff of the School of Business Administration for research and future collaborations. Presentations were held by Dr. Tal Shavit, who introduced a new method of using prepaid incentives in social science experiments that he named the Prepaid Mechanism (PPM), and Dr. Yossi Lichtenstein, who focused on the social influence and network effects and their significance for the diffusion of a Healthcare Implantation Exchange System. All participants partook in an entrepreneurial case study with a presentation of the Ramla City. Ms Hasi Ran from The Ministry of Education, Israel-entrepreneurship and experimental department, has introduced the partners and approach in terms of research, development, dissemination and impact, of The Division for educational experimentation and innovations. We have also visited the College of Management, later that day. The next day we visited 3 centres at the Technion: TIDES center for e-learning, where Dr. Miri Barak made a presentation about Distance Learning; The Center of entrepreneurship, where Pr Uzi de Haan introduced us with the history of the Center, as well as its 3 main missions; The Center of Innovation (Knowledge Center for Innovation (KCI)), where Ms Daria Tal-Bilgory introduced the KCI vision and mission for enhancing innovation. Workshop continued with discussions about future mobility and activities. Jean-Christophe Boisse, Vice President for University-Enterprises relationships at the University of Nice-Sophia Antipolis presented 2 case studies of creation of start-ups by students from the University of Nice. All participants  visited the Mayaan Incubator, and discovered all about its mission, its purpose, what they provide, and the incubation period. The last day of this workshop was reserved for brainstorming and discussion about entrepreneurship in global surrounding and about the economic model of the Israeli incubators.