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Tuesday, January 1, 2013

Doing Business in Israel- Entrepreneurship and Innovation: The Israeli model

Source: Tel Aviv University Recanati Business School

Doing Business in Israel 
Entrepreneurship and Innovation: The Israeli model
Dates: Tuesday, 1 Jan 2013 2- Thursday, 10 January 2013
Dates: Sunday, 19 May 2013- Monday, 27 May 2013

To apply :  Registration deadline : October 1 2013/March 1,2013

Program structure : The 11-day program will consist of approximately 40 contact hours of classes and workshops, three company visits, a visit to the Tel Aviv stock exchange, and tours of Israel, including an overnight stay at a kibbutz.

Credits: 3 credit units

Language of instruction: English

The program will frame the central aspects of doing business in Israel within the context of the country's booming high-tech and bio-tech economy and the emerging of global Israeli companies.

It will offer a unique synthesis between state of the art academic studies and practical, hands-on experience with the Israeli high-tech industry and its leaders.

Academically, the connecting thread of the DBI program will be a set of Recanati Business School case series on strategy issues of Israeli firms. The cases reflect the Israeli economy by concentrating on companies from different industries, at different lifecycle stages, and different in size. The study of each of these cases will be led by a guest lecturer from among the company's executives and will include a field trip to the company.

For details: Sharon Shaked, tel: +972-3-6408069

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