The most profound support Florida can extend to Israeli companies is to not only become an active customer but also consider investment opportunities. Israeli businesses, brimming with innovation, are poised and ready for commerce.
Some business owners with connections to both areas say the Israel-Hamas war isn’t hampering the Tampa Bay area’s business, but that may change as the war escalates. Companies with a larger presence in Israel have experienced some setbacks since the outbreak of war in October.” (Tampa Bay Business Journal).
This clearly was not a fight for freedom or independence as some would falsely and ridiculously claim. Now it is clearer than ever, this is not a political nor a territorial dispute. This is a fight between the ultimate evil and good.
When a terrorist attack by Hamas rocked Israel on Oct. 7, Florida leaders unequivocally threw their support behind the country, which Gov. Ron DeSantis called “one of our greatest allies.”
“One of our employees was kidnapped, and his daughter was murdered in front of his eyes,” said Nadav Solomon, president of Tabit.
Drawing from personal experiences and culture in the ultra-luxury hospitality industry, local restauranteurs are always on the hunt for the most innovative dishes and concepts that will set them apart from the competition.
A recent hospitality event highlighted the struggles the industry continues to face. The main one? Labor.
Collectively, FIBA companies have raised more than $915 million, and the 24 companies that established a presence in Florida have directly created 93 high-skilled, high-wage jobs in the tech sector…
“Tampa General is committed to bringing our physicians — and by extension, their patients — the profound benefits of innovative new tools that will improve point-of-care interactions,” said Rachel Feinman, vice president of Innovation, Tampa General and managing director of TGH Innoventures. “Navina helps our providers streamline workflows while making value-based care a reality.”View Full […]
Tampa is becoming a hot market for tech startups, and one local nonprofit is eyeing companies in Israel to help solve problems businesses in Florida and beyond may be facing.