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  • Israel: A Nation of Business Innovation Annual Conference 2010 June 7th – June 9th, 2010 India Delegation
  • BDO - I2I Overview
    • BDO-I2I Is Israel’s leading India focused business consulting firm
    • Joint venture between I2I Ventures and BDO Consulting Group
      • Combining forces of Israel's leading consulting group and the leading Indo - Israeli business group
      • Leveraging on BDO international expansion and leadership
    • We provide our customers with full suite of business consulting services required for operating cross border businesses
      • Market survey and information collection
      • Strategic and business planning
      • Finding and managing Joint Venture partnerships
      • M&A advisory
      • Execution on plan and strategy
      • Continuous monitoring of India operations
    Seasoned and Dedicated Executive Team
  • BDO-I2I Scope of Services Supporting Services Accounting Legal Financial Consulting Core Services – Strategic Partnership Tax Business and Market Research Strategic and Business Planning Transaction Leadership: Joint Ventures & M&A Continuous Engagement Plan Execution Business Partners
  • BDO - I2I Executive Management Team P . Sriganesh – Mumbai Partner A Fellow member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India and Institute of Company Secretaries of India . Sriganesh has over 30 years of experience in the IT and ITES industry and NBFC sector having set up several Companies in India . Between 1986 and 2000 he worked in senior financial positions in Citigroup India . He was a Promoter - Director of Citicorp Information Technology ( now known as I - Flex ) and co - founder and Honorary Treasurer of NASSCOM . As Treasurer of NASSCOM in the initial years was involved with the Government to set up regulations for the then nascent industry . David Keynan – Founder and CEO David is heading BDO - I2I . David was a member of the Intel Capital India team since 2003, managing Intel’s investments there . David has relocated to India after spending three years in Intel Capital Israel, leading Intel investments in the telecom space . David was Vice - Chairman of the Israel - India chamber of commerce . He has recently joined TiE as a chartered member in the Bangalore chapter . David earned his B . Sc . in Mathematics and Philosophy from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem . Seasoned and Dedicated Executive Team
  • Indo-Israeli Ventures & Business Highlights
    • Information Technologies:
    • Israeli companies with R&D centers in India: Amdocs, Magic Software Enterprises, Nice Systems, NDS Technologies, Ness Technologies, E-Sim, Comverse, Check Point Software Technologies ,  Aladdin and others
    • Telecommunications :
    • Israeli Telecom companies which are highly active in India include the following: ECI Telecom, Celletra, Ceragon Networks, Veraz Networks, Rad Data Communications, Alvarion, AudioCodes, Orckit, Gilat Satellite Networks, BATM Advanced Communications, ClassifEye, Towervision, EVT, CallUp Net, and more
    • Defense :
      • India is the largest customer of Israeli military equipment. As of 2009, the military business between the two nations is worth around US$9 billion
      • DRDO-IAI joint venture will develop and equip Indian Air Force (IAF) with 18 combat management systems
      • MR-SAM deal - involves development and production of a land-based version of the Barak 8 missile systems
  • Indo-Israeli Ventures & Business Highlights (cont)
    • Agriculture:
      • Acquisition of 50% of Israel’s Naandan Irrigation Systems C.S. Ltd by India’s Jain Irrigation Systems Ltd.
      • Joint Venture between Rajasthan State Agricultural Marketing Board and two Israeli companies for cultivation of Olive Plants
      • Israeli companies which are highly active in India: Netafim, Plasson, Plastro Gvat, Agrexco, Hazera Genetics, Hakohav Valves Industries, Zeraim, Tahal Consulting Engineers and IDE Technologies, Hofit Kibbutz Kinneret, Avshalom Group etc…
    • Pharmaceuticals :
      • Himalaya and Hollander Nussbaum Limited has launched on November 2007, a range of its personal health care products in Israel.
      • Agreement of Cooperation between India’s Century Pharmaceuticals and Israel’s biotech company Target-In
    • Diamond Industry:
    • In 2009, Israel’s import of diamonds from India (US$ 638.8 million), accounted for 12% of Israel’s total import of diamonds (US$ 5306 million by gross numbers)
  • Indian companies Presence in Israel
    • Tata Consultancy Services (TCS Israel, 2005)
    • Jain Irrigation (Naandan Jain Irrigation)
    • State Bank of India (SBI, Ramat Gan Branch, 2007)
    • Tejas Networks acquired Ethos Networks (April, 2010)
    • Himalaya (since 2007)
  • Israel – Overview – History & Geography
    • Location: Middle East, bordering the Mediterranean Sea, between Egypt and Lebanon
    • Total Area of:  22,072 sq km
    • Official Languages: Hebrew. Arab, English
    • Jerusalem is the capital city which is also the largest. Other major cities are: Tel-Aviv, Haifa, Beer-Sheva
    • Israel is a Holy Land for Jews, Muslims and Christians
    • Established in 1948
    • Following World War II, the British withdrew from their mandate of Palestine, and the UN partitioned the area into Arab and Jewish states
    • Lowest spot on earth - Dead Sea  (400m below sea level and dropping)
    • Religion  in Israel – 76% Jewish, 16% Muslim, 2% Christian, 1.6% Druze, 3.9% unspecified; Palestinian Territories – 95% Muslim, 5% Christian
    • Population  - around 7 million
    • Percentage of Israelis born in Israel  68% - all the rest are Jewish immigrants from all over the world
    • Independence - 14 May 1948 (from League of Nations mandate under British administration)
    • Government Type - parliamentary democracy
    • Chief of State:  President Shimon PERES (since 15 July 2007)
    • Head of Government:  Prime Minister Binyamin NETANYAHU (since 31 March 2009)
    • Cabinet:  Cabinet is selected by prime minister and approved by the Knesset
    • Elections:  president is largely a ceremonial role and is elected by the Knesset for a seven-year term (one-term limit)
    • Following legislative elections, the president, in consultation with party leaders, assigns the task of forming a governing coalition to a Knesset member who he or she determines is most likely to accomplish that task
    • Flag of Israel - white with a blue hexagram
    • known as the Magen David (Shield of David).
    • Blue bands near the top and bottom edges
    • of the flag resembles a Jewish prayer
    • shawl - Tallit
    Israel – Overview – Politics
  • Israel – Overview – Economy
    • GDP - $206.8 billion (2009 est.), per capita - $28,400 (2009 est.)
    • Leading Industries:
      • High-technology products (including aviation, communications, computer-aided design and manufactures, medical electronics, fiber optics)
      • Pharmaceuticals
      • Wood and paper products
      • Chemical products
      • Plastics
    • Despite limited natural resources, Israel has intensively developed its agricultural and industrial sector
    • The global financial crisis of 2008-09 spurred a brief recession in Israel, but the country entered the crisis with solid fundamentals - following years of prudent fiscal policy
    • Following GDP growth of 4% in 2008, Israel's GDP grew by 0.5% in 2009 and is expected to expand in 2010
    • The global economic downturn affected Israel's economy primarily through reduced demand for Israel's exports - which account for about 45% of the country's GDP
  • Israeli High-Tech Industry – Key Facts
    • 3,000 technology companies of which more than 500 companies with yearly revenues of more than $20 million
    • 200 new start-ups created every year
    • Israel is the 2nd largest non-USA country on NASDAQ – more than
    • 120 Israeli companies listed
    • Over 400 Israeli companies operate subsidiaries or headquarters in the US
    • Over 80 fortune 500 global corporations conduct leading edge R&D in Israel
    • The highest per capita US Patent applications in the world
  • Israeli High-Tech Industry – Innovation “Heaven”
    • Highest number in the world of scientists and engineers per population
  • Israeli High-Tech Industry – Exports Engine
    • In 2008, the Export of the Electronic & Software industries was about 50% of
    • Israel’s Industrial Export. Make’s The main contributor of The Economy growth.
    Electronics Industry & Software Export & Local sale - millions $
  • Israeli High-Tech Industry – Main Sectors
  • Israeli High-Tech Industry – Success Key Factors
    • Strengths:
        • • Entrepreneurial Spirit
        • • Highly Qualified Scientists & Engineers
        • • Proven Track Record
    • Engines:
        • • Government Support (R&D, Investment)
        • • Venture Capital
    • Results:
      • • Strong R&D
      • • New Technologies and Applications
      • • Numerous New Start-ups
      • • International Involvement (Acquisitions & Subsidiaries)
  • Israeli High-Tech Industry – Startups
    • Main fields of Israeli Startups Activities
  • Israeli High-Tech Industry – Major MNC’s with a Design Center in Israel
  • HTIA – High-Tech Industry Association
    • HTIA Mission – to strengthen the Israeli high tech industry across the whole value chain, by creating the required market conditions that allow the building of world class technology companies
    • HTIA will act to promote the interests of the entrepreneurs, companies and investors across the entire ecosystem
  • HTIA - Annual Conference 2010 – India Delegation
    • Almost all key players in the Indian high-tech industry are actively supporting this important chance for business exchange between the countries
    • The support from ISA (Honorary Partner), IVCA, MAIT, TEMA, TiE, CMAI as well as Avendus Capital, State Bank of India and ALMT Legal together
    • Supported by key industry leaders like Mr. BV Naidu, ISA Chairman, Mr. Sanjay Nayak CEO of Tejas Networks and Mr. Rajiv Merhotra, Chairman, Shyam Telecom
    • The delegation will bring together: : IT, ITES, IT Product Companies, Telecom, Engineering and Defense IT, Solar & Alternative Energy, IT Security and VAS providers
    • The delegation will enjoy an extended India program to the annual HTIA Conference
  • HTIA - Annual Conference 2010 - Jerusalem
  • HTIA - Annual Conference 2010 – Key Speakers
    • Yuval Steinitz,  Minister of Finance , The Government of Israel
    • Aaron Mankovski –  Chairman,  High Tech Industry Association
    • Pat Gelsinger -  President  & COO , Information Infrastructure Products, EMC
    • Guo Ping –  Chief Strategy Officer & EVP , Huawei Technologies
    • Peter Kuerpick  – Head of Strategy on Supervisory Board,  Software AG
    • Laurent E. Le Gourrierec  – Head of M&A,  Alcatel Lucent
    • Michael Matthews  – Head of Strategy and Business Dev.,  NSN
    • Moshe Yanai –  ex VP R&D at EMC and Fellow , IBM
    • Thomas Curran –  CTO, Products & Innovation,  Deutsche Telekom
    • Georges Plenber –  Chief Strategy Officer & Technology , France Telekom
    • Marcus Weldon  – Corporate CTO,  Alcatel-Lucent
    • Peter Barry  – Head of Venture Group , Vodafone Ventures
    • Michael Mathieus  – Head of Strategy & BD,  Nokia Siemens Networks
  • HTIA - Annual Conference 2010 – Visit Israel
    • Jerusalem Municipality, the Mayor’s Office and Jerusalem Development Authority, will offer conference guests a variety of cultural and tourist events in the center of Israel’s Capital City - blending first rate business and pleasure aspects into one unforgettable experience.
  • HTIA - Annual Conference 2010 – Logistics & Costs
    • PARTICIPATION FEE
    • This program is for invited guests only. The fee for the Delegation is 52,000 Rupees . The fee includes: All program events, Transportation within Israel and Meals
    • HTIA guests will enjoy promotional fees of 58,000 Rupees for the combined Economy class flights and Hotel accommodations at The Regency Hotel in Jerusalem, if booked at the time of registration
    • Spouses Program
    • A spouse program will be available for interested participants. The spouse program fee is 82,000 Rupees , all inclusive (Flight, room sharing with the delegate, Spouse program)
    • Additional Information: http://www.htia2010.co.il/india.html
  • HTIA - Annual Conference 2010 – Contact for Registration
    • Amsalem Business Travel Private Limited
    • Address: Office No. 208, Arun Chambers
    • Tardeo Road, Mumbai 400 034
    • Phones: 022-65220900
    • Mobile : 9920960104
    • Contact Person: Raphael Taylor
    • Mail : raphael@abt-global.com
  • Contact Details BDO-I2I India Business Consulting Menachem Begin Road 46-48 Tel – Aviv, Israel TEL: 972-3-6382508 Fax: 972-3-6382511 einat@bdo-i2i.com