On behalf of OCP TECH, Fernando Antolín, CFO of the company, attended the tribute that the Argentinian-Israel Chamber paid to the 30th Anniversary of the attack against the Embassy of Israel, where it also announced Israel’s Seventh Edition “Innovation Awards”, an initiative where different Argentinian innovating projects associate to Israel’s entrepreneurial ecosystem.
It was a very emotional reunion, where there were also other announcements made and the most were made to strengthen the ties between both nations. The official committee of the Israeli State, led by the deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Justice, Gideon Sá ar, attended a reception organized by the Argentinian-Israel Chamber of Commerce’s president, Mario Montoto and the Israel’s Ambassador to Argentina, Galit Ronen.
OCP TECH, as sponsor of the chamber, participated together with business chambers’ managers and business representatives that develop business and commercial activities between Argentina and Israel. National government officials, as well as the leaders of Buenos Aires and the City, were also present at the reunion.
During the reunion, Argentina and Israel ’s representatives highlighted the important task set forth, throughout the years, to continue strengthening the bilateral relation between nations and the integration and address the topics involving both countries.
In this respect, Antolín Dulac remarked that this invite was a “great opportunity to keep reaffirming this partnership that provides us with the opportunity to show OCP TECH’s work in Israel, one of the most innovative and leaders on world’s technology nation.”
Antonlín Dulac took advantage to celebrate the announcement of the launch of the Seventh Edition of “Israel Innovation Awards”. “With much joy we welcome this new contest that encourages the participation of the most innovative Argentinian projects. This award promotes the startups by giving them visibility to their initiatives and favoring the strategic alliances for their development.”
This contest is organized by the CCAI and the Science and Technology Ministry of the Nation and the Israeli Embassy. It counts with the support of companies from both countries such as OCP TECH, Ourcrowd, Ituran, Meridion Del Plata, Grupo IMR, Teva and Surely S. A., among others.