EDI guides investors from around the world looking to invest in Israeli technologies and companies, ranging from startups to successful multinational corporations.

Mobileye’s (NYSE: MBLY) technology
keeps passengers safer on the roads,
reduces the risks of traffic accidents,
saves lives and has the potential
to revolutionize the driving experience
by enabling autonomous driving.
SodaStream (NASDAQ: SODA)
develops and manufactures a
consumer home carbonation
system. The device, like a soda
syphon, carbonates water by
adding carbon dioxide from a
pressurized cylinder to create
soda water to drink.
Afimilk is the global leader in developing,
manufacturing and marketing advanced
computerized systems for the modern
dairy farm and for herd management.
Etgar designs and develops revolutionary
tools that mechanize and improve pepper
yield while increasing profit for farmers
Alvarion Technologies Ltd. is a
global telecom company that
provides end-to-end wireless
solutions such as Wi-Fi,
Point-to-Point, and
Emefcy was founded in 2008 with a vision
of fundamentally changing the energy
economics of wastewater treatment.
Emefcy's highly skilled multidiscipline
team offers advanced energy efficient
wastewater treatment technologies
for municipal and industrial plants.

EDI’s decades of experience in matching up companies on different sides of the ocean, while facilitating communication and transactions between them, enables the firm to derive maximum value for all involved.

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Known for its ability to nurture entrepreneurship, Israel is internationally recognized as being at the forefront of innovation. Rankings of various independent organizations which include publications such as Newsweek, the Wall Street Journal, and Business Week highlight Israel as one of the world’s most innovative countries. Israel has more companies on the tech-oriented NASDAQ stock exchange than any country outside the US except for China – more than all of Europe and India combined. And Israeli innovation is not limited to computers, security, and communications; Israel leads the world in medical device patents, and is a strong global player in clean-tech and biotech as well.

Furthermore, Israel has developed a reputation for profitability. Over the past decade, $15 billion have been invested in Israeli tech companies and $37 billion have been generated through M&As and IPOs. According to Bloomberg News, Israel’s technology-propelled economy produced better risk-adjusted returns than all other developed stock markets in the past decade.