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Start Up Nation Discussing Business in Israel

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Published by Julia Jacobson

Conexx recently partnered with the World Trade Center Atlanta (WTC) to talk about Israel’s pipeline of technology and innovation. The program, which was held on August 16 and hosted by the WTC, featured speakers from a variety of industries. Speaking to a packed room, guests heard from Conexx President Guy Tessler, Abraham Safdie, CEO of Feedbox CEM, an artificial intelligence company, as well as J.J Singley, VP of sales at Minerva, a cybersecurity company, and Arik Hananel, Co-Founder and CEO of FUS Mobile, a medical technology company.

On August 17, the next installment of the Conexx Lunch & Learn program was held at Berman Fink Van Horn and also featured Abraham Safdie, of Feedbox. Feedbox is a customer experience management solution that allows users to know their customers opinions and measures their satisfaction at the point of sale or via mobile device.
Feedbox is an Israeli company that recently purchased a Mexican distributor and set up company headquarters in Mexico to cover Mexico and Central America. The company is now working in 16 different countries. Feedbox has the opportunity to enter the U.S. market through latin American divisions of global companies headquartered in the U.S. including Walmart, and H & M.

Abraham was in the Southeast to evaluate Atlanta as a potential landing site for their U.S. headquarters. He spoke about his company, its product line and their business model.

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