Israel’s Tech Ambassadors Head To Barcelona

(L. to R.) Sweden's Ambassador to Israel Carl Magnus, Tzav 8 co-founder Yael Shany, and Ireland's Ambassador to Israel Eamonn McKee take a 'high-tech selfie' at the Tzav 8 event in Netanya (Photo credit: timesofisrael)

(L. to R.) Sweden’s Ambassador to Israel Carl Magnus, Tzav 8 co-founder Yael Shany, and Ireland’s Ambassador to Israel Eamonn McKee take a ‘high-tech selfie’ at the Tzav 8 event in Netanya (Photo credit: timesofisrael)

Entrepreneurs abroad have the opportunity to promote company and country

“Israeli business people going out to Barcelona are Israel’s best diplomats, because they can talk about the country’s positive tech contributions, the ones that people don’t hear about abroad,” says Yael Shany, Co-Founder of Tzav 8, an organization that trains Israeli business people in hasbara – presenting Israel’s less publicized tech-prowess.

About 2,000 Israelis are set to depart for Barcelona to attend the Mobile World Congress, which will take place between February 24 (today) and 27. More than 2,000 Israelis representing over 190 companies will be presenting their mobile apps, network technologies, and hardware and software solutions to more than 70,000 visitors over the course of the event. Israel always has a strong presence at MWC, and this year, more Israeli companies will be attending than ever.

Several large Singapore companies and government agencies will be visiting the pavilion.

Read more at timesofisrael.com

2014-02-24T17:30:11+00:00February 24th, 2014|General, telecommunications|0 Comments