CALIFORNIA - ISRAEL HLS & CYBER
SAN JOSE, September 18th 2014
MIW was established in 1999 with the goal of opening up a global infrastructure of marketing and financing channels for Israeli entrepreneurs. Over the years, we have built a broad network of trusted partners and allies that work with us at promoting our clients' interests abroad.
Our strategy includes consolidating groups of industrial companies to form a branded marketing cluster operating in a specific sector. The cluster adds tremendous leverage to the member companies, enabling them to pierce adamant barriers-to-entry and gain access to prime business opportunities.
We promote synergy between cluster members, utilizing their combined capacities to create a critical mass needed to successfully compete against corporate giants. The clusters comprise a one-stop-shop offering a broad range of technological solutions made in Israel. That is an unprecedented marketing advantage which enables even early stage start-ups to reach the summits of their ambition, and also supports funding options at the treacherous marketing stage.
Among the hundreds of clients we serve are some of the leading names of Israel's tech industry, along with some of the most brilliant inventions and promising start-ups.
"The world needs dreamers and the world needs doers.But above all, the world needs dreamers who do."
As the region’s leading organization that connects businesses with each other, business, the San Jose Silicon Valley Chamber of Commerce also speaks out on issues of importance to businesses across the Santa Clara Valley. Our membership ranges from large Fortune 500 firms to small, family-owned businesses. They share a common understanding: protecting and improving the Silicon Valley business climate is the key to our future economic prosperity.
SJSV Chamber’s annual program of work is led by a 70-member board that consists of business leaders from our membership located across the entire Silicon Valley. Acting on behalf of nearly 1,500 members, the chamber creates more than 280 programs and events for members that help build a strong local economy and provide premier business connections and exposure to companies that represent nearly 250,000 employees throughout the region. Annually, the chamber’s online business directory makes more than 3.2 million referrals of our members.
The San Jose/Silicon Valley Emerging Technology Innovation Hub will modernize San Jose’s long-standing tradition of innovation and national leadership in emerging technologies by encouraging greater collaboration. Using the new iHub designation, new and stronger relationships will be forged among San José and local and eventually national and international partners to nurture and accelerate the commercialization of clean and emerging technologies. Deeper organization and connections among Partners will allow already robust iHub Partner programs to work in concert—encouraging more effective and efficient implementation
The primary objectives of the iHub are to coordinate and catalyze activities that increase the job base, entrepreneurism, and research funding in the region. This will be accomplished through increased collaboration between emerging industry clusters and supportive or related sectors such as universities, financiers, entrepreneurs, workforce development agencies, business assistance organizations and government.
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San Jose Innovation Hub