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New York and Boston Events Create Opportunities for Israeli Cleantech Companies in the U.S.

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager
Boston Event

The Landmark Summit A delegation from Israel NewTech together with representatives of Israeli cleantech companies recently returned from two fruitful events in the East Coast U.S.: the Landmark Israeli Dealmakers Summit in New York March 4-5, and an evening event Read More

U.S. Water Industry Heads Network with Start-ups in Tel Aviv

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager
Panel: McIntire, Jones, Tunnicliffe

“Israel has some of the largest and most innovative water projects in the world,” said Peter Tunnicliffe, Executive VP Global Market Development at CDM Smith. Tunnicliffe spoke as part of a delegation of over 40 heads of water solution companies, Read More

CleanIsrael opens doors of US water industry to Israeli companies

By: Mickey Chesla
Gabby Czertuk

A delegation of 50 representatives from leading water companies, the government and academia will land in Israel on December 16th from Massachusetts in an effort to identify Israeli entrepreneurs and investment opportunities. One of the groups who will be hosting Read More

Singapore welcomes Israeli water technology companies at SIWW2012

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager
SIWW

Singapore International Water Week (SIWW) 2012 is underway and a delegation of 13 Israeli water technology companies are in attendance. The event is one of the most important water events in South East Asia, with a large international attendance. The Read More

Mekorot – Making Waves in Water Provision

By: Mickey Chesla
mekorot logo

The Mekorot National Water Company continues to illustrate that Israel leads the world when it comes to desalination – with work well underway on the construction of Israel’s new water conduit. The “New National Carrier” will be connected to all Read More

UK Investors focus in on Israeli water technology companies

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager
UK Invest

“The investment community in the UK is discovering the huge potential of Israel’s water technology industry,” says Simon Spier, of the Trade and Economic Office at the Embassy of Israel in London. For a clear indication of this interest, one Read More