• Business opportunities for Israeli companies in the State of New York

Business opportunities for Israeli companies in the State of New York

Date: 04 September 2018
Time: 09:00 - 12:00
BDO House, Ground Floor
48 Menachem Begin Road
Tel Aviv  
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Growing New York State’s Partnerships

You are invited to attend a seminar focusing on

Business opportunities for Israeli companies in the

State of New York



Ed Kowalewski

New York State’s Director for Liaison between federal, state
& local governments and potential foreign investors


Tuesday, September 4, 2018 | 9:00 – 12:00 | Amot BDO House, 48 Menachem Begin Road, Ground floor

Program highlights:

  • Breakfast assembly

  • Opening Remarks, Tomer Nitzan, BDO

  • Welcoming Remarks: Oded Rose, CEO, Israel–America Chamber of Commerce
    Susan Hettleman, Deputy Commercial Counselor, U.S. Embassy Jerusalem

  • An overview of New York State’s business climate and opportunities for Israeli companies:
    Ed Kowalewski

  • Tzvika Gross, Partner, BDO Israel

  • Jody Stein, Partner, Pearl Cohen

  • Closing remarks, Gerry Stoch, Director, Global NY, Israel


*Participation is free of charge, but requires registration in advance.

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New York State’s economy is in a state of growth and Israeli companies should know about the opportunities for engaging with NYS companies and Institutions. With 10 daily direct flights to the JFK and Newark International Airports, business with New York was never easier.

New York has committed $250 million to support AIM Photonics, leveraging the $110 million Department of Defense award and $250 million in private support for a total investment of more than $600 million.

New York has committed $47 million for the formation of the Empire Discovery Institute, EDI, - a groundbreaking partnership of three premier academic, research and clinical institutions, the University of Rochester, University at Buffalo, and Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center

The State has launched a $100 billion infrastructure plan to increase competitiveness in the 21st century global economy.