In addition to the programs above, the Innovation Authority also has a specific definition for incubators and they support many of them across Israel. For example, Corning, Blue Sky Capital (Samtec), Kyocera, Oceancap, Rhodium, Moon2Mars Ventures and SpaceCom came together to establish a space and deep tech incubator called the Space & Earth; while The Kitchen Hub 2 focuses on food tech and is a partnership between the Strauss, Unilever, Givaudan, Ambrosia Novozymes, and Temasek.
In all these programs the Innovation Authority contributed some money, but most of it was brought by the various international and local companies that also defined how they wanted the program to be structured (within the requirements set forth by the Innovation Authority).
While Israel may be known for its R&D focus, there are some companies that look to Israel for its manufacturing expertise. Intel has invested billions of dollars to establish multiple semiconductor fabs in Israel, while Iscar, which was acquired by Berkshire Hathaway, is a major player in precision machining.