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Israeli water seminar in Taiwan – a promising new market

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

The Israeli Economic Office in Taipei recently ran a successful week of events, bringing Israeli water experts and companies to the doorstep of Taiwan’s water industry leaders.  This activity comes on the heels of a Taiwanese delegation to Israel this Read More

A promising market for water technologies in Peru

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

Commercial Attaché Leo Makukh is laying the foundation for Israel’s first economic office in Peru, which is set to open in just a few weeks in the Israeli embassy in Lima. Perhaps the most promising sector for potential export to Read More

Hagihon in EU Cooperation, Supplies Critical Testing Ground for Israeli Water Startups

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

Hagihon is partnering with leading European Utilities and Research Institutions in a new EU research project to Improve Governance and Social Awareness of Water Environmental Challenges.The new project, titled POWER (an acronym for ‘Political and sOcial awareness on Water EnviRonmental Read More

Israel’s Water Industry – Answering the World’s Wake-Up Call

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

An in-depth analysis (also featured by the JNF) of the reasons for the success of Israel’s unique water industry, by Oded Distel: It seems that everywhere you look these days, the U.S. has “discovered” Israel’s water industry, which was featured Read More

Chinese-Israeli Water City Kicks Off

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

The first important step in the implementation of the ambitious “Water City” project – signing the agreement with consulting company GEI – has taken place and the project now kicks into high gear.  Interview with Israel’s Commercial Attaché in Beijing Read More

Israel NewTech Hailed in New Book on Water Industry

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

“Let There Be Water,” a just published book on Israel’s successful water industry, outlines the blueprint for Israel’s successful water management case study.  An interview with author Seth M. Siegel. When Seth M. Siegel started researching how Israel became a Read More