Two partnership agreements were signed between Wisconsin and Israel during Governor Scott Walker’s trade mission to Israel earlier this month. Agreements were signed between the Milwaukee Water Council and the Zuckerberg Institute for Water Research
Please join us on Wednesday, July 19th at Dorsey & Whitney in Minneapolis, MN for an Israeli Water Tech Innovation luncheon. Five leading Israeli water companies will present their technologies, followed by a networking session.
The OECD has named Israel as a worldwide leading exporter in water efficient technologies, after overcoming a history of water scarcity. Why? They attribute Israel’s success to a combination of three main points: cities’ investments in wastewater
Four Israeli companies: Kaiima, TaKaDu, Netafim, and BreezoMeter were chosen by the Cleantech Group as ranking in the world’s top 100 private cleantech innovation companies. This year, 9,900 companies were nominated from 77 countries. “These companies represent
The Government of Israel Economic Mission will be bringing a delegation of Israeli water technology companies to Chicago November 17-18th. I would like to invite you to attend an Israeli Water Tech Showcase event to