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International Journalists Tour Israel Towards WATEC

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

Journalists at a water reservoir 21 journalists from all over the globe recently spent four days in Israel touring the country’s water installations and companies.  The tour is part of the effort being made by the Israeli Ministry of Economy Read More

Israeli Water Success Case Study Gains Attention in California

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

California’s severe drought has led the area’s water industry to look for solutions.  The media is again and again presenting Israel as an exceptional case study of a country that has successfully overcome a dry climate and scarce water resources Read More

Israel and Korea Strengthen Water Industry Ties

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

Israel organized three events around the 7th World Water Forum to introduce Israeli water technologies to Korea’s water industry and infrastructure companies.  An interview with Israel’s Economic Officer in Seoul Shay Feiler. “Korean companies, such as Hyundai, Samsung and Posco, Read More

AcousticEye Closes $7M Funding Round Following CleanVest

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager
Yoav Harel

Israeli pipe inspection innovator AcousticEye has announced an investment round of $7M to fund the company’s activities. Participating in the round are Russian-Canadian investment group Technology Investment S.à.r.l, US-based Plan B Ventures, and both previous investors Sequoia Capital and Israel Read More

Agrivest 2013 – trends and investment opportunities in Agritech

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager
Dr. Nitza Kardish

“At last year’s Agrivest event we made contacts that turned out to have strategic importance to the company and to our ability to get to the next stage,” says Dotan Peleg, CEO of Morflora, an Israeli start-up active in the Read More

WATEC 2013 Wrap-Up – a one of a kind opportunity for Israel’s water industry

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager
The Israel NewTech team together with Minister of Economy Naftali Bennett

“WATEC was one of a kind opportunity for us, as a start-up, to achieve very significant business leads,” says Udi Leshem, CEO of Aquanos, an Israel start-up offering energy efficient wastewater treatment solutions. Aquanos exhibited in a booth at the Read More