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Daniel Seal

Chief Executive of UK ISRAEL BUSINESS

Daniel Seal is Chief Executive of UK ISRAEL BUSINESS following the merger between the British-Israel Chamber of Commerce (B-ICC) and the Israel Britain Business Council (IBBC). Previously he worked for a healthcare software company. In 2000, he spent two years working for Magen David Adom in Israel as their first foreign Medic Instructor.

Having attained a BSc in Biochemistry and an MSc in Business Management, he was elected National Director of Bnei Akiva Great Britain, the UK’s largest Jewish youth organisation. He is a local councillor for the London Borough of Barnet, a trustee of Hampstead Garden Suburb Institute, and a governor of both Henrietta Barnet School and Garden Suburb Primary School.

Lessons to be Learnt From "Israel - the Start-Up Nation"

Does size matter? Just ask Israel. Israel is a tiny country both in terms of its physical size, being just over 800 square miles in size, and its population (weighing in at just over 7.8 million). Yet despite its small size Israel consistently punches high above its weight economically.
10/02/2012 15:42 GMT

The Bandwidth Dilemma: Challenges and Opportunities for the Telecommunications Industry

The telecommunications industry stands at the precipice of a key phase. With unprecedented challenges and opportunities likely to emerge in the near future, <a href="http://http://www.ukisraelbusiness.co.uk/" target="_hplink">UK ISRAEL BUSINESS</a> and the <a href="http://www.embassyofisrael.co.uk/commercial/" target="_hplink">Commercial Office at the Embassy of Israel</a> has held their inaugural telecommunications round table on the 10 November 2011.
10/12/2011 20:44 GMT

"Water Water Everywhere Nor Any Drop To Drink"

By entering into partnerships with Israeli companies, the UK can address its own deficiencies in water technology, such as frequent droughts in the south east and the comparatively low amount of recycled sewage water.
07/08/2011 22:12 BST

Technology Not Bombs

For investors looking to capitalise on a developed market with the yields of an emerging one, Israel is the place to be. The general feeling is "If it's good enough for Google, it's good enough for us". In the business world we have a fierce hope that where there is innovation, peace and prosperity will follow.
27/07/2011 23:12 BST