As seen on St Pete Catalyst “Health tech, urban tech startups picked for Florida-Israel Business Accelerator”
Nine Israeli companies will come to Tampa for the 2020 Florida-Israel Business Accelerator launch program.
The companies are concentrated in two verticals, health tech and urban tech, that align with the strengths of the Florida economy, FIBA said in a news release. The companies collectively have raised about $38 million and are looking to raise additional funding to support their expansion of U.S. operations. Most of them are post revenue and offer cutting-edge innovation such as aging in place, non-invasive hernia repairs, high-rise window cleaning robots and smart garbage collection.
Read the full article on St Pete Catalyst here.
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