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Unprecedented Summit Brings Israeli Companies to Chinese Market

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

Chinese investors are actively seeking opportunities in Israel, as evidenced in the first China-Israel Technology, Innovation and Investment Summit which took place this week in Beijing. Interview with Commercial Attache Ophir Gore, and Israeli participants. “This event is by far Read More

    Blue I Water Technologies Expanding Global Operations in China

    By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager
    BlueI CEO Jacob Azran

    China’s Guangdong Province water company is currently in the process of installing 75 water analyzing and control units supplied by global water quality control systems provider Blue I Water Technologies, further increasing Blue I’s presence in the Chinese market. The Read More

      Blue I raises $3m, prepares to expand

      By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager
      Blue I

      Israeli water analysis and control company Blue I Technologies is in the advanced stages of a number of tenders around the world, including in India, China, South and North America, the company informed Israel NewTech. The tenders are estimated to Read More

        The 40 Million Dollar Baby – WateRevive breaks through

        By: Mickey Chesla

        Not many cleantech start-ups can claim a 40 million dollar deal only a year and a half after founding. But WateRevive, which was selected as one of the most promising Israeli cleantech start-ups by Calcalist newspaper in 2012, and which Read More

          IBM, World Bank, and senior investors converge at Agrivest Summit

          By: Mickey Chesla
          Oded Distel heads Agrivest panel

          Oded Distel heads Agrivest panel Here’s a statistic that’s keeping heads of state all over the world up at night: the world’s demand for food is expected to jump by 70% by 2050, as compared to 2000. The world’s population Read More

            Israeli-Chinese solar thermal cooperation HelioFocus heats up

            By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

            HelioFocus opened the demonstration phase of its HelioBooster system, a solar-thermal process that aims to back up existing power plants. The system is jointly funded by Chinese and Israeli entrepreneurs. As reported in the Jerusalem Post,  HelioFocus recently signed an Read More