29 March 2020 - 5 Nisan 5780 - ה' ניסן ה' אלפים תש"פ
Viewbix given premium status at Japanese roadshow Print E-mail

A leading provider of state-ofthe-art video analytics platforms, Viewbix was selected to participate in the Israel Foreign Trade and Export and International Cooperation Institute’s (IEICI) Japan roadshow, which recently took place from 12-14 November.

As part of the roadshow, Viewbix senior officers met with leading companies across Japan. “We are honoured to have been selected as a premier Israeli technology company by the IEICI. It is a fantastic organisation that has been the basis of some significant deals with Israeli companies,” commented Jonathan Stefansky, Chief Executive Officer of Viewbix.

IEICI is established and funded by the Israeli government, and is a key gateway for business dealings with Israeli companies from conventional trade, through to joint ventures, and on to strategic alliances.

Its Japan roadshow provides selected companies with access to some of the largest brands in Japan.

“As part of the IEICI’s initiative, we work to identify leading companies incubated in Israel and assist them in developing partnerships to expand their businesses across global markets. The proprietary video analytics platforms Viewbix has developed is vitally important in assisting companies to best maximise their digital media, whilst reaching a wide audience. We believe the company is in the ideal position for our network of leading global companies and hosting them for our Japan roadshow,” stated Noa Avrahmi, Digital Media Sector Manager of the Israel Export Institute.

(Issue Dec 2019/ Jan 2020)


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