Philadelphia-Israel Chamber of Commerce Ushers in New Leadership Advancing its long-term goal to engage with Israel and to strengthen the economies of the Delaware Valley region and Israel, The Philadelphia-Israel Chamber of Commerce continues to diversify and strengthen its leadership team. On December 4, its Board of Director installed a new Executive Committee and welcomed new
Archives for December 2019
As published in the Jewish Exponent on November 29th, written by Matt Silver Update (Dec. 3, 2019): This event has been rescheduled for March. The American Friends of the Kaplan Medical Center will host its first gala on Dec. 2 at Temple Beth Hillel-Beth El in Wynnewood and celebrate two women, Vered Nohi and Linda
As Published in the Jewish Exponent on November 24th, written by Matt Silver: Cybersecurity may sound like something esoteric and inaccessible, but it’s an increasingly important concern for governments, businesses and everyday people. And for that reason, innovation and business partnerships driven by cybersecurity concerns have taken off between two countries that are recognized cybersuperpowers — the
Pictures from our Israel-Delaware Valley Cybersecurity Expo on November 18th hosted at the Quorum. We held pitch style presentations from over 15 Israeli delegates on cybersecurity innovation as well as B2B meetings between Israeli delegates and CEOs/CISOs.
Some Pictures from our Annual Open House Event on December 4th. We introduced new leadership to the PICC and a new strategic plan for the 2020 year
On Sept. 17, members of Philadelphia-Israel Chamber of Commerce’s Innovation Delegation to Israel visited the TD Bank Innovation Lab in Tel Aviv as part of their mission to Israel.
As Published on the Jewish Exponent On Sept. 17, members of Philadelphia-Israel Chamber of Commerce’s Innovation Delegation to Israel visited the TD Bank Innovation Lab in Tel Aviv as part of their mission to Israel.