15 December 2018 - 8 Tevet 5779 - ח' טבת ה' אלפים תשע"ט
Luxury bath and body retailer Sabon opens Singapore shop E-mail

To add to its Asia expansion, Israel-based bath and body brand Sabon recently opened its first Southeast Asia flagship boutique, in Singapore.

Located in Takashimaya in the Ngee Ann City shopping centre, the store carries a full range of products for the body, the face and the home. Soaps handmade from fresh herbs, fruit peels and rose petals are included in the range.

The boutique features an experiential “Wishing Fountain” where customers are invited to freshen up, make wishes and “dive into an experience of sound and sense, texture, and scent”.

Staying true to the brand’s philosophy, the store’s interior design features natural products and materials such as whole wood and stone.

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TDK eyeing expansion in Israel E-mail

Japanese multi-electronics giant TDK is about to fund a second development centre in Israel, according to Globes. The company will also expand the workforce in its existing development centre by 40%. It has not yet issued an official press release about its Israel expansion.

According to Globes, TDK is also in the final stages of negotiations with a number of Israeli startups to develop products for the company, which TDK will distribute worldwide through its distribution channels. TDK’s investment in Israel will be in the tens of millions of dollars.

TDK has opened offices in Karmiel, and company representative Narutoshi Fukuzawa has been living in Israel for over a year, looking for suitable technologies and companies.

In his first Israeli media interview, Fukuzawa said that the decision to establish the development centre in Israel was taken by the company’s management council in Japan. He added that the amount of investment and the size of the centre were almost unlimited, and depended on the sphere of development that TDK selects from among the available alternatives.

TDK already operates a development and manufacturing centre of TDK Lambda in Israel, with 260 employees. Another decision taken by the company’s management is to expand the business of the Israeli plant by 40% and add a new product line to it, while recruiting dozens of new employees.

TDK Lambda-Israel sales director Yaron Eyni says that the Israeli company has shown its efficiency in production and has brought production processes back from China to the plant in Israel.

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4th China-Israel Investment Summit held in Zhuhai E-mail

With support of the Chinese and Israeli government agencies, the International Cooperation Center of the National Development and Reform Commission of China and the Zhuhai municipal government recently hosted the 4th China-Israel Investment Summit in Zhuhai on 2-3 July.

The annual summit is co-organised by Zhuhai Huafa Group and Israel-based Infinity Group. The China-Israel Investment Summit is the largest national dedicated technological innovation investment event between the two countries. As in previous years over 2,000 companies and more than 6000 visitors from the two countries participate.

Last year, agreements for 14 Sino-Israeli co-operation projects were signed and 2,653 discussions took place between companies, resulting in the signing of over 1,000 letters of intent valued at billions of US dollars. The summit drew widespread attention from the business communities in both countries.

This year’s edition, with a theme of “Cooperating on innovation, and intelligently creating a bright future for the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area”, invited influential guests from China’s and Israel’s political, academic and business circles, as well as more than 2,000 guests, who gathered to share their wisdom and discuss important topics including Sino-Israeli co-operation on technological innovation and furthering development in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area under the “One Belt, One Road” initiative.

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Intel signs MoU with Consulate of Israel in India to boost innovation E-mail

Intel India has announced a partnership with the Consulate of Israel in India to boost innovation by connecting the startup and technology communities in both states.

The Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed on 25 May between Nivruti Rai, Country Head – Intel India, and Dana Kursh, Consul General of Israel to South India.

With this collaboration, Intel India will offer the capabilities of Intel India Maker Lab (its in-house hardware/systems-based startups accelerator in India) to Israeli startups to support the development of products and solutions. In addition, it will provide mentorship, advising the Israeli startups about the requirements of the Indian market and connecting them to opportunities to test and deploy solutions in the Indian market.

In turn, people in the Israeli technology ecosystem, who have strong business acumen, specifically with regard to new usage models and future technologies, will make their knowledge and technical capabilities available to people in the Indian startup ecosystem. This will be accomplished through training and workshops.

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Innoviz Technologies gains China partner to develop its automaker solutions E-mail

Israel-based Innoviz Technologies, a leading provider of remote-sensing solutions for the automarket, announced a partnership to bring its LiDAR (Light Detection and Ranging) and computer vision technology to Chinese automakers through HiRain’s sales channels in the country.

This will enable Chinese OEM’s to access the automotive industry’s most comprehensive mass-market LiDAR solution, as an integrated component of their overall autonomous driving systems. In addition, Innoviz’s advanced solution provides a complete computer vision software stack and algorithms to turn 3D vision into critical driving insights.

Innoviz’s LiDAR system enables autonomous vehicles to sense their surroundings with unparalleled clarity and accuracy, even at long distances, in varying weather and light conditions and in multi-LiDAR environments.

“China is helping lead the way towards the autonomous vehicle future, and HiRain is one of the most influential companies in the Chinese automotive industry. Last year, around 26 million vehicles were manufactured in China, making it by far the largest automotive manufacturing country in the world,” said Omer Keilaf, CEO of Innoviz. “The HiRain team has extensive experience with driver assistance and autonomous driving systems in China and we are honoured to partner with them. Together, we will help Chinese auto manufacturers achieve the standards they demand for safe and reliable LiDAR sensors, at the price point they desire.”

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