NGO's and Commercial Institutions
Includes information about the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange (TASE), mission statement, fast facts, graphs, key macroeconomic figures for Israel, market data, contact information, and more.
Chambers of Commerce
The FICC is one of Israel's largest business organizations. With its finger on the pulse of the country's economy, the Federation is regarded as one of the most influential and most dynamic organizations of its kind in Israel. Strictly non-profit, non-political and non-partisan, FICC is dedicated to a market economy and free enterprise. As the country's largest employers association, FICC is one of the leading members of the coordinating council of Israel's economic organization, and represents the interests of Israel's business sector, including exporters and importers, wholesale and retail, services and manufacturers.
The Israel-America Chamber of Commerce and Industry (AmCham Israel) is a voluntary organization of companies and individuals dedicated to the promotion and enhancement of two-way trade and investment between Israel and the United States of America. AmCham Israel releases a newsletter under the name "Connect".
The AICCSE, Southeast Region publishes a monthly e-newsletter offering the "Latest Southeast-Israel Business News". It details the developments and transactions, events, programs and seminars, economic news from Israel, and information on Israeli companies contacting the Chamber for assistance as well as a calendar and listing of new and renewing members. The newsletter is a benefit of membership and is sent to members on a regular basis to keep them informed.
The Texas-Israel Chamber of Commerce works to increase economic development by fostering understanding, cooperation and business relationships between Israel and Texas.
The AICC assists U.S. and global companies to connect with Israel's numerous commercial, industrial and scientific capabilities. AICC also acts as a catalyst for specific business inquiries from U.S., global and Israeli companies. AICC's main focus is in homeland security, health care/biotechnology, information technology, communications, and agri-technology sectors.
The SCICC is an essential gateway for individuals and companies of all sizes who currently conduct business in Southern California and/or Israel; plan to initiate or expand into these areas; seek strategic trade and investment partners; or simply want to stay informed about their respective business and investment climates and opportunities.
High Tech Industry Association (HTIA) is a broad based membership organization with over 150 members, aimed to strengthen the Israeli high tech industry across the whole value chain and create a global technological and innovational leadership. The organization promotes interests of its members across all segments; start up companies, founders and entrepreneurs, small and large technology companies, financial investors, service providers, technological incubators and more.
See also: The Israeli Venture Capital Investment Environment, March 2010
Equities Israel, a service of M.G.M. International Publications Ltd., is an information system aimed at providing equity investors worldwide with increased visibility to Israeli public companies and Israeli securities and shares. Equities Israel provides data on Israeli public companies and securities listed on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange (TASE), NASDAQ-OMX, the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE)-Euronext, the London Stock Exchange and other exchanges around the world.