First Israel-Texas Water Conference in Austin promotes cooperation between the Texas and Israeli water technology industries.
As reported in Israel21c, the Israeli Economic Delegation of the Israeli Ministry of Economy and Industry in Texas and the Texas-Israel Chamber of Commerce co-hosted a first-of-its-kind event in the city of Austin for 200 key players from the Texas water industry and government. Israel NewTech was also involved in the organization of the event, and arranged for the participation of the Israeli water experts.
The event presented innovative Israeli water technologies developed to meet market demand for improving and optimizing water consumption on municipal and state levels.
“This is a significant event for the water industry, and the first of its kind in the state of Texas,” noted Shay Luvshis, the new Israel Economic Attaché in Houston “We are proud to support the Israeli water industry and hope to become the main interface for Israeli-Texan water trade in an effort to promote the successful cooperation between the Israeli Ministry of Economy and Industry and the Ministry of Energy and the leading water industry authorities in Texas.”
“We are working hard to promote the upcoming WATEC conference and exhibition at events throughout the world, and this is one example,” said Adi Yefet, Head of the water arena at Israel NewTech. “We believe the event, which will take place in Tel Aviv in September, has the potential to be the biggest WATEC yet, and bring a major business boost to Israeli water technology companies.” The previous WATEC in 2015 drew 10,000 participants from 90 countries.
The Texas conference was held in partnership with the Israeli Innovation Authority, the Israeli Water Authority, senior government officials and members of the Texas Congress.