DRITA Office Update

February 1, 2011 - Uri Attir, the Dayton Region Israel Trade Alliance (DRITA) Business Development Director in Haifa, Israel updated the Montgomery County Commissioners on the latest DRITA projects. 

Dayton Region Israel Trade Alliance Update Presentation - 02/01/2011

Dayton Region - Israel Initiative Video

As the DRITA Business Development Director, Mr. Attir initiates and promotes business development activities between Israeli and Dayton Region technology-based companies and organizations that will result in investments, joint ventures, presence and commercialization in the Dayton Region and Israel.  Additional goals include strengthening aerospace business in Ohio and Israel through match-making, entrepreneurship, education, training, business coaching and mentoring.

The DRITA office was created through a September, 2009 Memorandum of Understanding signed by representatives from the City of Dayton, the Dayton Development Coalition, Montgomery County and the Municipality of Haifa, Israel.  The office is located in the Matam Advanced Hi Tech Park in Haifa and is being funded by private donations for a period of three years.  

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