As seen on Business Observer Florida “Business incubator makes leadership change”TAMPA- The Florida-Israel Business Accelerator (FIBA), a Tampa-based business incubator that launched in 2016, has shuffled its leadership team in the wake of Executive Director Rachel Feinman’s departure for a vice presidential post at Tampa General Hospital, effective Nov. 19- the date of a virtual summit that will showcase 15 Israeli agriculture technology firms.
According to a press release, Rakefet Bachur-Phillips and Pam Miniati will serve as co-executive directors of FIBA, which, during Feinman’s leadership tenure, has helped 30 Israeli-based companies tap into the U.S. market. Both Bachur-Phillips and Miniati have been with the organization since its inception, with the former serving as director of marketing and strategic partnerships and the latter as program director.
Read the full article on Business Observer Florida here.
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