Featured on Tampa Bay Business Journal: Exclusive: First look at the next wave of Israeli startups that could make a mark in Tampa BayFebruary 8, 2018 Executives from four Israeli startups that focus on health, cybersecurity and ecologically friendly construction arrive in Tampa next week, ready to establish a U.S. presence and work with local businesses on partnerships. The companies will take part in the first round of the 2018 program at the Florida-Israel Business Accelerator, a Tampa nonprofit that serves as a catalyst to bring new technologies and jobs to the U.S. and to Tampa Bay. FIBA is one of several local groups focused on nurturing young companies in the area, as business and civic leaders look to bring more high-skill, high-wage jobs to Tampa Bay. Click here to read the article in its entirety
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