The Israeli innovation pavilion at the Innovative City Conference in Nice included numerous technologies; Eleven Israeli general hospitals and two psychiatric hospitals are to convert to natural gas, saving millions, and much more.

Israel’s Anagog, developer of the world’s largest crowdsourced parking network, won the ‘Best Mobile Innovation in Automotive Award’ at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, and Israeli job-matching start-up Woo matches the right people with the right job.

The Indo-Israel vegetable center of excellence in India has boosted the annual number of seedlings grown from half a million in 2011 to six million in 2015, and Israel’s Technion Institute has built a safe drinking supply water system in a village school in northern Ethiopia.

Israel's prolific recent achievements and its current generation of young startup companies, fulfills the Jewish nation's mission to be a light unto the nations.