Business Development Mission to Israel

The Indiana Health Industry Forum, in partnership with Atid EDI, Ltd. and the Indiana Economic Development Corp., are recruiting Indiana biomedical companies who would like to participate in a business development mission to:

BioMed Israel

May 12-14, 2015

Tel Aviv, Israel

About BioMed Israel 2015



The conference is a meeting place for healthcare’s industry players from Israel and abroad. Exuberance is felt everywhere; lectures, exhibition halls and partnership meetings. International visitors come to witness the various innovations, and experience first-hand the entrepreneurial spirit so strongly exhibited within the vibrant Israeli life science community.
We believe and expect that this event will present the opportunity for local and global participants to see Israel at its full might. It will be a unique occasion for the audience to participate in discussions, panels, product demonstrations, and networking opportunities for new business cooperation.
Networking is the name of the game. This new and exciting format will increase your chances for interaction with young and mature companies, old and new friends. You will be able to enjoy our “chance-to-meet” B2B formal schedule while at the same time interact with each other on the convention floor, which will take on a new face.
Our previous successful conferences hosted over 6,000 industry players, engineers and scientists with approximately 1,000 participants from over 45 countries and an excess of 4,500 one-on-one meetings. As in previous years, companies will present and exhibit their products and services in significantly expanded areas allowing for hands-on experience.

Tentative Agenda

  • Friday, May 8th leave the US for Israel
  • Saturday, May 9th arrival in Tel Aviv
  • Sunday, May 10th a full day of one on one customized meetings at their hotel
  • Monday, May 11th a full day of one on one customized meetings at their hotel
  • Tuesday, May 12th all day at BioMed
  • Wednesday, May 13th is catch-up day for site visits emanating from the Sun-Mon meetings or back to BioMed for lengthier discussions with some firms, or other business.
  • Thursday, May 14th touring of Jerusalem with a late night departure from Israel arriving back in Indiana about noon on Friday.

Mission Participation Fee: 

$1,000 per company

Includes customized meeting schedule, meeting assistance, and local point of contact provided by Atid EDI, Ltd. in cooperation with the Federation of Israeli Chambers of Commerce.
Estimate of additional travel expenses

*Mission participants are responsible for making their own travel and accommodation arrangements.

  • Hotel rooms in Tel Aviv at the international chains run about $275 per night (bed and breakfast basis)
  • Economy air fares are in the vicinity of $1400-1500 round trip
  • The Jerusalem Full Day Tour participation fee is $75
  • BioMed Conference/Exhibition fees are:
    • $360 for the full conference and exhibition
    • $200 for one day at both
    • $125 for the exhibition only
    • $60 for one day at the exhibition
About EDI
The EDI team specializes in market research, trade development, market penetration, strategic information and feasibility studies for the Middle East region.  Their reach covers Israel, Cyprus, Greece, Turkey, North Africa and the Persian Gulf.  They also facilitate business meetings, missions, trade events and networking in the region.  EDI promotes foreign direct investment by Israeli companies in North America, Europe and elsewhere. EDI represents the State of Indiana in Israel.
Register Today!
The deadline for mission registration is April 15.  Space is limited – please reserve early!
For more information or to participate in the mission, please contact IHIF at

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