TEL AVIV, ISRAEL – As part of his ongoing trade mission in Israel, Governor Rick Scott recognized the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding yesterday between Florida-based Venture Hive and Tel Aviv-based AGW, an Israeli technology commercialization company. This agreement will ultimately help create, promote and implement technology commercialization and corporate innovation programs supported by the two organizations. To view the agreement, click HERE.

Governor Scott said, “This agreement is just one of the many ways that we are actively working to build on Florida and Israel’s strong relationship, and encourage continued economic growth and new opportunities for our families. I look forward to seeing the success of Venture Hive and AGW Group’s new partnership.”

Venture Hive works with Fortune 200 corporations, accelerators and universities to help develop entrepreneurs and innovators through management software solutions and training. Together, Venture Hive and AGW Group will develop innovation pipelines to support international commercialization opportunities for corporations and universities throughout the Americas, Israeli and Florida.

Governor Scott is currently leading a delegation of nearly 70 Florida business and education leaders on a trade mission in Israel to continue to build on Florida and Israel’s strong relationship. Florida’s economic development and trading partnership with Israel exceeds $286 million a year.




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