Israel: A land of new Arizona tech sector opportunities

A drone manufactured by Airobotics, an Israeli company that selected Scottsdale for its U.S. headquarters. A delegation of Arizona technology leaders traveled to Israel recently. / Photo by Jim Poulin / Phoenix Business Journal

 

Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Airobotics Ltd.

By Steve Zylstra | Phoenix Business Journal

It’s not often that you can fly more than 7,000 miles and back only to be left with the sensation of being re-energized when your plane lands on the last leg of the journey home. But that’s exactly how I felt upon my return from Israel last week.

I was part of a delegation from the Arizona Technology Council and Arizona Israel Technology Alliance that traveled together to strengthen the growing business ties between Arizona and Israel, and support the transformative, innovative companies emerging from both geographies.

Our first stop was Tel Aviv. The eye-popping view of the skyline from the top of TLV Labs made it clear that billions of dollars from the high-tech riches are pouring in the city.

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