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United Nations, Israel seat empty
February 25 2020

What is the UNHRC?

The UNHRC released its database on companies operating in the West Bank. What is this database, and what does it mean for businesses operating in Israel?

Busy Israeli Market
January 07 2020

Going into 2020 – Israeli tourism is booming

According to the numbers just released by the Israel Bureau of Statistics, Israel has become an incredibly attractive destination. 4.5 million tourists visited the tiny nation in 2019 (a huge number for a country of just 9 million). Compare that with 2.89 million tourists in 2016, and Israeli tourism appears to be having a spate of miraculous growth.

Tesla Model 3 Israel
December 16 2019

Tesla is finally coming to Israel

In mid-November 2019 Tesla Motors registered a wholly owned Israeli subsidiary and began the process of breaking into the Israeli market. Meetings were set with the Israeli ministries of transportation and energy and a spate of hiring began in Tel Aviv. Yet with such a small market, many wonder if demand will justify Elon Musk’s most recent move.

Israel Lab Grown Meat
May 29 2018

Israeli Company Future Meat Technologies Meets Growing Demand

One rapidly burgeoning meat market megatrend, as it is being called by some, is that of lab-grown meat—no animals yet organically grown meats nonetheless. The trend has already been making waves in recent years, but it’s growth is greatly catalyzed by Tyson’s sizable investment in Israeli biotech, Future Meat Technologies.

Visa Israel Fintech
February 21 2018

Visa in Israel- The Future of Fintech

U.S. credit card super-company, Visa, has elected to tap into the fintech industries of select countries, and Israel is a primary focal point. The payments giant launched a technology scouting hub in Tel Aviv this month, announcing at the beginning of February that it aimed to add Tel Aviv to a list of cities that make up its collaborative lab operation.

Smart City Tech Israel
February 19 2018

Israel Breeds the Solutions to Future Smart-City Tech Problems

A major focal point and trend for corporations and major metropolises in the world’s developed countries today is that of so-called smart-city technologies. Smart-city tech is a term that refers to any technology consistently being used to improve municipal infrastructure. These innovations typically manifest as upgrades to existing technology and tools already in use for a myriad of daily public functions.