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Registration Open For 2017 Selectusa Investment Summit

U.S. Embassy Tel Aviv, Israel


The U.S. Department of Commerce and the U.S. Embassy in Tel Aviv are happy to announce that registration is now open for the 4th SelectUSA Investment Summit to be held June 18-20, 2017, in Washington, D.C. SelectUSA invites you to learn more about how, where, and why to invest in the United States.

Representatives from more than 40 U.S. states and territories have already registered for the Summit. Israeli companies interested in doing business in the United States will be able to connect directly to those representatives, federal officials, and key economic development leaders, a key step in expanding to/in the U.S.

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The theme of this year’s Summit is “Grow with US,” and will give companies the opportunity to enrich their knowledge, learning the basics of investment and promotion in the United States. The 2017 Summit will explore both the strategic and practical advantages of America’s unique Innovation, Knowledge, and Opportunity platforms

This year for the first time, and of particular interest to Israeli start-ups, the Summit will feature a specialized start-up panel featuring panel topics and speakers on how to build and grow your startup company in the U.S.

Greg Briscoe, Commercial Attaché at the US Embassy, will lead this year’s delegation from Israel. Briscoe said: “This is the 4th year that a delegation from Israel will participate in the SelectUSA summit, which is a true testament to the benefits Israeli companies gain from it year in and year out. This year, the ‘Start Up’ theme will fit Israeli companies perfectly and allow them to shine on a big economic stage and will put them in prime position to enter the U.S. market.”

The conference will be held at the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center outside Washington, DC. Representatives from across the United States will present the advantages in expanding business activities to their specific state, in addition to connecting investors with relevant assistance. In addition, the conference will also give companies the opportunity to enrich their knowledge, learning the basics of investment and promotion in the United States.


Companies that want to participate and journalists who wish to cover the conference can register here:

For questions and further inquiries, please contact SelectUSA’s representative in Israel, Siegel Mendelovich:


About SelectUSA

Housed within the U.S. Department of Commerce’s International Trade Administration, SelectUSA promotes and facilitates business investment into the United States by coordinating related federal government agencies to serve as a single point of contact for investors. SelectUSA assists U.S. economic development organizations to compete globally for investment by providing information, a platform for international marketing, and high-level advocacy. SelectUSA also helps investors find the information they need to make decisions; connect to the right people at the local level; navigate the federal regulatory system; and find solutions to issues related to the federal government.

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