The HTIA 2012 Annual Conference, Sept. 10-12, 2012Sep. 10, 2012
The HTIA 2012 Conference, hosted by the Israel Advanced Technologies Industries (IATI), will take place in Israel from September 10-12, 2012—promising to be “the hottest ticket in high tech.”
This year's HTIA Conference will be attended by more than 4,000 high tech leaders from the United States, EU, India, China and other countries who are flying in for a glimpse of the latest disruptive innovations emerging from Israel, the “Start-up Nation.” Israel's leading high tech figures Yahal Zilka and Yossi Vardi will co-chair the conference.
Notable speakers at the HTIA Conference will include:
— John Donahoe, president & CEO of eBay Inc.
— NS (Stephen) Woo, president of Samsung Semiconductors System LSI
— Allen Lew, CEO of Singtel
— Shmuel (Mooly) Eden, senior VP, president of Intel Israel
— Zohar Zisapel, chairman of RAD Data Communications
— Lip-Bu Tan, president & CEO of Cadence Design Systems, Inc.
— Eyal Waldman, chairman, president & CEO of Mellanox
— David Sable, CEO of Y&R Global
— Rakefet Russak-Aminoach, president & CEO of Bank Leumi
The long list of speakers will include senior members of the high tech community and experts in M&A from: Microsoft, IBM, Google, eBay, SAO, Citibank, Ericsson, Nokia Siemens, Alcatel Lucent, ZTE and others. Click here for a full list of speakers.
Members of the Israeli government, academia and local municipalities will convene to discuss how Israel successfully built a sustainable and dynamic “innovation ecosystem.” Notable speakers include Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, President Shimon Peres, Haifa Mayor Yona Yahav, Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat, President of the Technion Prof. Peretz Lavie, Former Ministry of Finance Director General Haim Shani and others.
The conference will showcase an exhibition titled “Invented in Israel,” which will display new developments from Israeli R&D Centers owned by multinational corporations. In addition, it will host the first Israeli exhibit of leading start-up accelerators, as well as a handful of new, exciting Israeli start-ups.
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