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The Mamram unit has produced some of the world's finest programmers and software engineers -- and helped establish Israel's reputation as a startup powerhouse.
The delegation visit was part of a trade mission organized by Dubai Chamber, with the goal of acquainting Israeli businessmen with Dubai's business environment and competitive advantages.
In September, the glass ceiling was broken when Israel and the United Arab Emirates, and later Bahrain, announced that they would be normalizing relations, ending Israel's isolation in the Arab world
The company apart from scaling its platform will also continue to expand in North America throughout 2021
To achieve long-term success in the relationship and avoid the notorious "trough of disillusionment" in the coming years, the UAE and Israel should focus on a few fundamental principles of commercial diplomacy.
Moving Forward With Hope: How The Israel-UAE Accord Can Enable The Countries' Startup Ecosystems To Benefit From Each Other
The peace agreement between Israel and the United Arab Emirates was not named the "Abraham Accords" in vain- its name symbolizes that respect for the past and the religion that sits in the core being of each one of these two countries.
The country is home to 5000 active start ups, with 600 more being added every year
Israel is a hotbed for start-ups but the opportunities for India are in sectors other than expected
While speaking to Entrepreneur India, Motti Vaknin spoke about his India foray and how he looks at the change in the Indian entrepreneurial ecosystem from an outsider lens.
India's talent and Israeli tech are combining to take the fight to the Silicon Valley. Reliance Jio, Paytm, Flipkart, Freshworks, MakeMyTrip, Wipro, Infosys, among others, have already partnered with the Startup Nation. The race for acquisitions is gathering pace.
Outsmarting Microweather in 40 Countries, This Boston-based Weather Tech Startup is Encashing on The India Opportunity
Ratan Tata is among the early investors in Climacell, which was started by three Israelis
Mukesh Ambani is Set to Revolutionize India's Mobility Sector with Personal Rapid Transit System. Are Indian Startups Ready?
Ambani picked a 12.7 per cent stake in SkyTran Inc, which has partnered with National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) in the US and Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) to develop the required technology, late last year.