As seen on Tampa Bay Business Journal “Florida-Israel Business Accelerator gets another relocation win with Israeli health care company”
The Florida-Israel Business Accelerator, which aims to bring Israeli companies to the Sunshine State, has accomplished its goal yet again.
FIBA hosts yearly cohorts, bringing in Israeli startups to the Tampa Bay region and Florida as a whole to showcase what the state has to offer and vice versa. While Aviv Clinics was not in the cohort, FIBA officials worked with the company to help it open its first office outside of Israel.
“One of our goals is to attract Israeli companies to Florida and it takes a village,” Rakefet Bachur-Phillips, executive director of marketing for FIBA, said during its Innovation Fusion event on Wednesday night. “And this one took villages.”
Read the full article on Tampa Bay Business Journal here.
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