to new relationships, new ideas, and new opportunities.
In 2011 Newsweek’s Daily Beast ranked Israel as the 4th most innovative country in the world. Bloomberg Business Week hastened to add that “Israel has one of the most dynamic high-tech industries in the world and is a hub for venture capital as well.” The greatest testimony to its success however, is the results: more patents filed per capita than any country in the world and the second highest number of start-ups anywhere.”
According to John Kao, “Innovation flows from shifts in mind-set that can generate new business models, recognize new opportunities, and weave innovations throughout the fabric of society.” The New Mexico-Israel Business Exchange is your link to new relationships, new ideas, and new opportunities.
To learn more about Israeli innovation, read the article by Sherwin Pomerantz.
Get exposed to the Israeli entrepreneurial spirit by joining the New Mexico-Israel Business Exchange.
Businesses from New Mexico and Israel come together through NMIBE to explore new business opportunities around areas such as technology development, operations and logistics and marketing, sales, and service.
NMIBE members receive access to ideas, innovators and investors through meetings, workshops and industry-specific trade information. Our network of international trade representatives offer customized support resources. Join NMIBE as we demonstrate the benefits of a dynamic organization that fosters new opportunities for New Mexico and Israeli businesses.
Israel Trade Mission Report
During the next New Mexico-Israel Business Exchange meeting, May 22, 2013 we learn from eight New Mexico companies who traveled to the State of Israel on a trade mission organized by the Albuquerque-Bernalillo County Trade Alliance in partnership with the New Mexico-Israel Business Exchange.
According to the latest trade reports from the International Trade Administration, New Mexico exports to Israel increased 606 percent for the first two quarters of 2012. The value of trade for 2011 was $464,454,999.
At the end of the second quarter of this year, the amount had increased to $671,715,882.