Stefan writes, "Israel is renowned for its technology. The Start-Up Nation's fruitfulness in bio-tech, navigation, engineering, agriculture and other areas continues enriching the world."
Stefan writes, "This week Israel will reach a massive milestone in its history: celebrating 70 years of independence. Israel’s re-establishment and its achievements over the past seven decades are astonishing and by far beat the odds of the cards dealt to it on May 14th, 1948."
On June 6, 2018, seven UK musicians will fly out to Israel to begin a music tour of Israel and the West Bank. The concerts hope to bring Israel’s diverse communities together through music, and will be free for all that attend.
Stefan writes, "For decades Israel’s high-tech start-up scene has been considered one of the most exciting and impressive in the world, on par with Silicon Valley, and producing game-changing technologies that continue to push the innovative envelope."
Jonathan writes, "Whether these companies become worth millions or billions one day, the reality is that any of these numbers is extremely large and worth a closer look by anyone who wants to invest."
Israel Investment, a new organization just launched in the United Kingdom, aims to connect experienced and aspiring investors int he U.K. with companies and startups across Israel’s diverse economic community.
Stefan writes, "Dozens of technologies that have changed the world were either developed in Israel or by Israelis. Some surprising examples are..."
Stefan writes, "So, you want to support Israel and be part of her economic success, but you don’t live in Israel, don't travel there too often and are not sure about the investment possibilities you have. So how can you accomplish this?"
Stefan writes, "March 13, 2017 will be forever recorded in Israel’s history as the day of the largest Israeli tech exit to date. The Jerusalem-based, high-tech company Mobileye is reported to be acquired by international computing giant Intel for an astounding US$15.3 billion deal."
Evan writes, "So not only was performance strong for stocks held in the shekel, but the shekel itself maintained its strength while investors’ cash and investments in other local currencies eroded in value."