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Israeli Water Technology Roadshow Tours Mexico and Discovers Opportunities

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

Mexico is one of the most attractive markets in the world for water technology companies for a variety of reasons: It is one of the world’s agriculture powerhouses, supplying much of the produce consumed in North America – according to Read More

Emefcy begins trading on the Sydney Stock Exchange

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

Emefcy, which develops technological solutions for sewage treatment, has merged into Savcor, an Australian stock exchange shell, accompanied by a financing round, and will become a public company with a market cap of 35 million Australian dollars ($25 million). Emefcy Read More

Aquanos Takes Top Honors at Cleanvest

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

International water technologies investment summit provides stage for start-ups, and selects wastewater treatment start-up Aquanos as winner.  Interview with Aquanos CEO Udi Leshem. This year’s Cleanvest Summit, held October 12th in conjunction with WATEC, got rave reviews from participating start-ups. Read More

Israeli Activity at Thai Water Gains High Praise

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

Hundreds of meetings at Thai Water brought strong business leads for the participating Israeli companies.  The Israeli activities and booth were a focal point at the event. “The success of the Israeli events at Thai Water were unprecedented, we’re getting Read More

Advancing Israel’s International Water Industry Connections in France and OECD Events

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

A series of events focused on bringing Israeli water companies to developing markets in Asia, creating cooperations with the French water industry, and on bringing the OECD to WATEC.  An interview with Yossi Yaacoby. Israel’s well-known accomplishments in the water Read More

Israeli Water Delegation on Mission to Help Brazil Solve Water Crisis

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

Brazil is experiencing its worst water shortage ever.  Low levels of rainfall, increased water use, and low infrastructure investments have led to the lowest water levels in the history of Brazil. An Event in Sao Paulo This was the background Read More