The American-Israel Chamber of Commerce, Southeast Region was established in 1992 as a private, not-for profit (and non-governmental) business organization to boost the Israeli and Southeastern economies by helping their companies develop business relationships with each other and explore new market opportunities. With over 500 members today, AICC is headquartered in Atlanta and serves companies from Georgia, Alabama, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Mississippi, and Israel.
AICC has earned the reputation as one of the most successful and effective bi-national business organizations in the United States, delivering great value to Israeli companies seeking U.S. market entry, to American companies desiring entry into Israel and entrée to her incredible technologies, or to those looking for a powerful network to promote their products or services.
The strength of AICC is the expertise and networking connections of our large and active membership. Since our founding, we’ve been involved in completed transactions valued at over $1 billion, thereby contributing to the economies of both Israel and the Southeastern United States. Our region has become one of the top five centers of activity for Israeli companies in North America, and many of the major corporations in Atlanta and other Southeastern cities have significant business relationships with Israeli companies.
Members volunteer their time through screening teams to evaluate the needs of Israeli companies, provide essential market feedback, and recommend methods to assist by opening doors to potential partners, customers, or investors. Israeli companies can also benefit from the Chamber’s Virtual Office program which provides them with an American image and presence at low cost and with high visibility.
AICC conducts educational programs, networking events, and business exchanges designed to stimulate interest in American companies to do business with Israel, offer helpful “how to” information, and provide opportunities for business to be explored between American and Israeli companies. We also organize general, industry-specific, and corporate business missions to Israel.
COMPANIES RECENTLY CONTACTING US
Or Yehuda-based developer of a state of the art hemodynamic application that allows physicians to better diagnose, monitor and treat Congestive Heart Failure patients in a non-invasive way. Enables any medical personnel such as a technician, nurse, or even the patient at home to obtain various hemodynamic parameters, noninvasively, yielding a substantial reduction in the risks involved when carrying invasive procedures such as right heart catheterization. Seeking strategic collaboration with ultrasound companies, CRM for CRT & Implanted sensors, and investment.
Tzoran-Kadima based developer of applications for the parking industry offers a solution where users scan, pay and go with no waiting in lines or looking for payment kiosks. Parking lot owners benefit from people getting in and out faster, and revenues
are expected to increase by approximately 8% with no cash transactions involved. Company launched a beta site in Israel, and soon launching a pilot program in Chicago with a major parking management company. Seeking introductions to parking lot owners, parking operators, and investors.
Petach Tikva-based developer of a range of tiny sensors that are attached to the outer side of the baby’s diaper using simple velcro, and are built for repeated use. The sensors perform various checks continuously, and provide real-time information on the infant’s
behavior and condition on a wide range of indicators such as urine amount accumulated, breathing pattern and more. Uses innovative acoustical communication protocol to interact with smart phones and tablets, thus providing indications and alerts to external devices while avoiding potentially harmful radio wave transmission in close proximity to the baby’s body. Seeking introduction to potential strategic partners and investors.
Herzliya-based developer of a revolutionary clinical approach to Chronic Rhinosinusitis management by enabling painless access, observation and treatment of the sinuses of an awake sinusitis patient during a standard visit to the ENT’s office. Patent-pending, easy-to-use architecture combines disposable treatment tools atop a universal access handle, allows maneuvering through the
sinus cavity, visualization, collection of accurate cultures or biopsy, irrigation and evacuation of the sinuses, dilation, and delivery of targeted therapeutics. Seeking introduction to large ENT practices and investment.