The Israel Advanced Industries Association (IATI) has signed a strategic cooperation agreement in China that will serve as a bridge between Israeli and Chinese industries.
The cooperation was signed during the Nanjing Techweek 2019 Conference held in China's Jiangzhou Province. The provincial capital of Nanjing is considered one of the three most important cities in China's economy.
The cooperation will be expressed in promoting and strengthening the economic relationship in the field of innovation between the two countries, developing business relations between Israeli companies with companies and investors from China, reciprocal visits and exchanging relevant information for the industry.
The conference was attended by tens of thousands of experts and senior officials from all over the world, five Nobel Prize winners who attended the event as guests of honor, including Israeli Dan Shechtman.
Karin Meir Rubinstein, CEO and President of the Israeli Association of Advanced Industries (IATI) noted: "Since its establishment, the Association has set itself the goal of strengthening and developing the business and technological ties of the advanced industries in Israel with countries from all over the world. The conference we attended was one of the most important and prominent conferences in China. We are proud to represent Israel at this conference
The Israeli Association for Advanced Industries continues to work to establish and expand the business and technological ties of Israeli companies and the Government of Israel with countries and industries from all over the world, as well as positioning and nurturing the industry in Israel as the umbrella organization for the advanced industries in Israel. Joint strategies and government. "
The Israeli Association for Advanced Industries (IATI) is the umbrella organization of the hi-tech, life sciences and other advanced industries in Israel, with hundreds of paying members from all over the industry, including venture capital funds, development centers of multi-national companies operating in Israel, start- Incubators and incubators, commercialization companies, universities and hospitals, innovation centers, municipalities, service providers and more. Through this wide network of friends, IATI connects the technological ecosystem in Israel, provides solutions and support at various levels, and integrates the various sectors in the industry for common strategic and government objectives.
The goal of IATI is to nurture and position the high-tech and life sciences industries in Israel and around the world. We believe that there is significant value to a well-planned policy and that encouraging innovation and entrepreneurship will contribute greatly to the Israeli economy. Therefore, as the umbrella organization, IATI cooperates with the relevant public and private organizations in Israel whose goal is to promote the high-tech and life sciences industry in Israel.
The organization provides its members with a wide range of services, including business development and the creation of business opportunities, professional seminars and seminars, events and meetings aimed at creating contacts and collaborations, the two leading annual conferences in Israel, informative publications and statistical reports, , The promotion of diverse populations for the labor market, and the provision of various tools to young companies, and promotes the interests of its members through exposure and prominence in various media.
The Association is the most prominent and important representative of the Israeli high-tech industry vis-a-vis policymakers in the government, the authorities and academia. He works closely with the senior professional and political echelons of government ministries, as well as with the Knesset and its relevant committees.