Israel is the beating heart of the innovations transforming modern life, pioneering advances in smart mobility, cybersecurity, food and agritech, health tech, and much more. It’s only natural, then, that many of tech’s leading players will flock to the Startup Nation for the annual DLD Tel Aviv Innovation Conference, which will convene the world’s top tech companies, investors, and startups to network, exchange ideas, and discuss the groundbreaking technologies reshaping humanity.

The conference will be held at HaTachana, Tel Aviv’s historic Old Train Station, and in keeping with its work to promote Israeli industry and ingenuity to markets around the world, the Foreign Trade Administration (FTA) will play a prominent role, with a pavilion and two-day seminar focused on Israel’s tech ecosystem and innovation. With more than 40 economic and trade missions in strategic locations worldwide, the FTA has been integral in connecting markets to Israel’s tech innovators, and the DLD conference’s global audience represents a prime opportunity to advance that mission.

The FTA’s seminar will cover a diverse range of topics, including the Israeli investment market, the future of the mobility sector, the role of artificial intelligence in medical diagnostics, tips for building a successful startup, how leading multinationals have collaborated with Israeli startups,  the role of technology in emerging markets, and more.

Thursday’s programming will end with a cocktail hour at the Old Train Station, hosted by the FTA and the Israel Innovation Authority, which provides funding and additional support programs for emerging Israeli startups.

Beyond the FTA’s events, attendees will have the opportunity to network with tech industry leaders from companies including Amazon, Google, Yahoo, Facebook, Microsoft, and many more.

Participation in the DLD Tel Aviv Innovation conference is free but requires advance registration.

To apply to attend, fill out this form. For more information, please write to Mr. Vinod Mehta, Senior Trade Officer, Embassy of Israel, New Delhi –