OWIT Luncheon

OWIT Luncheon

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    Today, the Organization of Women in International Trade (OWIT) held a panel discussion for members and business leaders in the community to discover new opportunities for international business with Israel.

    The Deputy Consul General, Revital Malca, served as a panelist to discuss doing business with Israel and Israel's vibrant and growing economy.  Other panelists included Nehama Nehama Bikovsky, the President of Maritime Consulting Enterprise, and Lisa McClaskey, the Director of Economic and Political Affairs at the Consulate. 
    With only 65 years of existence, Israel has proven to be a flourishing state with international trade opportunities. 

    An overview of Israeli companies were highlighted during Mrs. Malca's presentation that included companies in the life sciences, agriculture, high tech, and clean tech. The Consulate also provided an overview of the recent economic developments at the Consulate. 

    Below, please see a list of Israeli companies.

    Netafim - Drip (low volume) irrigation

    Intel’s Centrino and Pentium 4 microprocessors

    Given Imaging  - Ingestible video camera

    M System’s Disk On Key and Disk On Chip flash memory

    AOL - Instant Messenger ICQ
    Waze - Community-based GPS traffic and navigation app
    Wix - Flash website platform
    PrimeSense - 3D sensing technology for Kinect
    Argo - Technology with motorized legs that power knee and hip movement
    PowermatWireless energy transfer
    Aqwize -  Wastewater treatment solutions
    TaKaDu - Monitoring water networks
    Ormat - Geothermal energy and residual heat
    HelioFocus – Solar thermal solutions

     


    The Organization of Women in International Trade (OWIT) is a non-profit professional organization designed to promote women doing business in international trade by providing networking and educational opportunities. The OWIT network is comprised of Local Chapters situated across Central, North and South America, Western Europe, Africa, and Asia, as well as a Virtual Chapter for professionals involved in international trade without an OWIT local chapter where they reside or work. Membership in a local or the virtual chapter gives automatic access to the OWIT International network.
     
     
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