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Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce Pres. Phil Parker (L) signs a ceremonial memo of understanding with Federation of Israeli Chambers of Commerce Pres. Uriel Lynn (Center) and its CEO, Dan Carmely, on July 21 at Business Solutions Center
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Story and Photos By Marshall Weiss, The Dayton Jewish Observer The Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce signed its fourth international memo of understanding — with the Federation of Israeli Chambers of Commerce — in a ceremony at the Business Solutions Center on July 21. “In our 110 years, the chamber

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The Federation of Israeli Chambers of Commerce will present the seminar, Exporting to Israel, on Friday, July 21 from 7:30 to 10:30 a.m. at Business Solutions Center, 1435 Cincinnati St. #300, in Dayton. Featured speakers for the event will be Uriel Lynn, president of the Federation of Israeli Chambers of

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Meeting with Metropoline Transit in Kfar Saba, Israel on Sept. 28 to explore partnerships (L to R): Metropoline CTO Daniel Itach, CommuterAds Senior New Business Dev. Dir. Ann Berger, DRITA rep Hadas Bar-Or, CommuterAds CEO Russ Gottesman, Metropoline Marketing Dir. Livnat Cohen-Dan
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Dayton-based CommuterAds — which has contracts with 13 public transportation authorities across the United States — is now in talks to bring its messaging technologies to Israel’s public transportation sector, thanks to Hadas Bar-Or, trade rep for the Dayton-Israel Regional Trade Alliance. “Andy Schwartz was telling us about this amazing

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By Marshall Weiss and Marc Katz, The Dayton Jewish Observer If Dayton’s Lion Group Inc. and Israeli company Artsys360 succeed on an R&D project, fire departments will be able to rely on 3D technology to locate firefighters in burning buildings. Lion and Artsys360 have received a two-year $950,000 grant from the

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Woosh co-founder and CEO Itay Tayas-Zamir (L) with Montgomery County Commissioner Dan Foley at the launch of Woosh Water Stations at Sinclair Community College in Dayton on Feb. 1
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Personal touch cements local trade alliance’s second shiddach with community college Story and Photos by Marshall Weiss, The Dayton Jewish Observer In August 2013, Montgomery County Commissioner Dan Foley read a story at the Times of Israel website about a start-up that was beta testing filtered drinking water stations on the streets

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