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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Monday, April 24, 2017

Business

Last week the EMS World Expo took place in New Orleans and among the over 5,000 distinguished EMS leaders from around the world who were in attendance were, the Senior Vice President of International Operation of United Hatzalah Dovi Maisel and the Director of International Operations for United Rescue Shai Jaskoll.

Among the topics discussed by the top industry experts who attended the five-day-long conference was the ability to meet the challenges of an ever-changing healthcare system and the implementation of new and innovative solutions to problems in the field. The representatives of Israel’s national volunteer EMS organization United Hatzalah, and Jersey City’s community-based EMS response organization United Rescue shared the

The municipal company Tel Aviv Global and Kenya have announced today a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to collaborate on the development of a new “smart city” in south-eastern Kenya, as part of the DLD Tel Aviv Innovation Festival of 2016.

The Konza Technopolis Development Authority (KoTDA), also dubbed “Silicon Savannah” city or “Techno City,” is a $14.5 billion project which will feature a science and business park, convention center, shopping malls, hotels and international schools

Sidekix, an Israeli urban navigation app built for pedestrians, and customized to their interests, already works in more than 60 cities worldwide

The Israeli app Waze took the world by storm, making it easier for drivers across the world to bypass traffic and reach their destination quickly.

Now there’s Sidekix, an Israeli navigation app geared to people walking in cities. The iOS app shows walkers the best on-foot routes, even orienting the map as you move so you always know which way is

Here’s what Bill Gates, Carlos Slim Helu, Mark Cuban, Donald Trump, and Warren Buffett all have in common.

Of course, they’re all multi-billionaires. But there’s something lesser known about these five: They stand amongst an ever-growing number of people that have or are currently investing millions of dollars in the Israeli tech industry. More specifically, Israeli tech startups.

The next question is, why? What makes the Israeli tech industry so unique that these well-known billionaires

Israeli startup lets online stores and services guide viewers with tip balloons, notification bars and call-to-action buttons.

Eyal Cohen’s mom used to call him every time she needed help making a bank transaction online. The project manager at Leumi Card would drop everything and log in on his own screen so he could walk his mother through the steps.

“He figured there must be a better way,” says Rephael Sweary, president of WalkMe, the company that he and Cohen cofounded with Dan Adika