Various Publications - Q1 2016Feb. 13, 2016
For press coverage of IATI's MNC Women's Weekathon 2016 click here.
For press coverage of the IATI STEM Education Project click here.
IATI CEO Karin Mayer Rubinstein comments on the governmental plan to import IT workers - Maariv (Feb. 2016).
Indian IT employees are no substitute for the innovative Israeli Tech work force" - IATI CEO Karin mayer Rubinstein in a PC.co.il interview (Feb. 2016).
"Israel High Tech Industry Growth Slowing Amid Manpower Shortage" - with a comment from IATI CEO Karin Mayer Rubinstein. Bloomberg (Feb. 2016). Also on "Israel’s high-tech sector loses ‘innovative’ status on slowing growth" - Today Online (Feb. 2016)
Yaky Yanay, Pluristem President and IATI Co-Chair, on the Company's treatment for Acute Radiation Syndrome, now co-studied with the NIH - a Channel 2 TV story (Feb. 2016).
IATI Chairmen Erez Tsur and Yaky Yanay: "Israeli High-Tech is still a strong national growth locomotive, despite a recent pessimist report". A Globes story (Feb 2016) - Hebrew version. Print version. Also published in Hamodia.Com
IATI Co-Chair Erez Tsur in a Channel 10 interview: Israeli High-Tech is here to stay, as 2015 was one of its best years in terms of exits and investments, and STEM education secures its next generation (Feb. 2016).
A Deeper Look at Israel, a Global Medtech Innovation Hub - an MDDI article quotes from IATI's Life Science Industry 2015 report (Feb. 2016).
"We are willing to commit to employing hundreds of +45 workers, should the government aid with the required training", said IATI Co-Chair Erez Tsur in the annual convention of the High-Tech Lobby in the Knesset. a PC.co.il sotry (Jan. 2016).
"The Angels Law" passed in the Knesst - a Funder report with a quote of IATI Co-Chair Erez Tsur who attended the Knesset meeting (Jan. 2016).
A Globes column by Canaan Partners Israel GM Izhar Shay specifies the prospects for Israeli high-tech in 2016, mentioning IATI's involvement in 2 major issues: the National Innovation Authority and The Angels' Law (January 2016).
National Coding Olympics - 5,000 students of Modi'in city joined in this IATI co-organized project. an M City news item (Jan. 2016).