Colorful, lightweight plastic wheelchairs designed and made in Israel are being distributed through charitable organizations to needy children in Israel. This initiative is happening in the Palestinian Authority territories, Peru, Tajikistan and more. All of this is thanks to the vision of Pablo Kaplan, a former executive vice president of Israel’s multinational company Keter Plastic.
Read the full press release :
Nekuda congratulates Watergen on receiving the CES 2019 innovation award and is proud to support them in the design and development process. For more info please go to: https://www.israel21c.org/israeli-companies-win-2-of-20-ces-2019-innovation-awards/ https://www.ces.tech/Events-Programs/Innovation-Awards/Honorees.aspx#prettyPhoto
We are proud to be supporting Earlysense exciting entrance into consumer digital health with design and user experience. Earlysense, the market leader in contact-free, health and wellness sensing and analytics, announced today the release of MyEarlySense. The MyEarlySense is EarlySense’s first OEM solution for the digital health consumer market. The new sleep and wellness monitoring […]
Keter’s Cool Bar is the best solution for this hot summer days, weather you are chilling by the pool or going to a day on the beach, this product will keep you comfortably chilled. Over two decades this product is one of Keter’s best sellers. We are pleased to see it also featured at this […]