Opportunities, East and West

Sandler, Neal
December 2007
Red Herring;12/1/2007, Vol. 4 Issue 30, p24
Trade Publication
An interview with Orna Berry, a data communications specialist and the first woman to chair the Israel Venture Association, is presented. She believes that Israel has the potential to retain its position in the high technology sector. She relates the reasons for the lack of life sciences firms coming to Israel. Berry offers information on the startup businesses in Israel. She comments on the impact of Asia's growing importance on the relations between Israel and the U.S.


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