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Future Horizons signs up Amir Ben-Artzi as Israeli representative
Article Type: Appointments From: Microelectronics International, Volume 27, Issue 1
Future Horizons, the Global Semiconductor Industry Analyst house, has entered the Israeli market by signing up Amir Ben-Artzi as a representative. Formerly, a journalist with EE Times and IDG, editor of several technology magazines and a public relations supervisor for companies such as Intel, Ben-Artzi brings an impressive track record within the semiconductor industry to the world's leading independent semiconductor analyst house (Figure 2).
“The Israeli market offers incredible potential for technology companies and is fast becoming a centre of innovation for our industry,” said Malcolm Penn, Chairman and CEO, Future Horizons. “We have known Amir for many years now from his days as a journalist, and his track record and connections in and outside of Israel make him the perfect representative to help bring Future Horizons to this new market.”
Ben-Artzi, the Founder and Head of Amir Ben-Artzi Content & Media, brings over 15 years of experience in the industry to Future Horizons. Both organisations are expanding into new areas and offer each other a multitude of benefits and contacts. Ben-Artzi will represent Future Horizons in Israel and help promote the upcoming International Electronics Forum alongside the Start Up Service and consulting opportunities.
“With so many new and existing companies in Israel, Future Horizons' upcoming International Electronics Forum and Start Up Service are just two of the services that will really appeal to this market,” said Ben-Artzi. “Future Horizons is one of the most respected analyst houses in the industry, and Malcolm's impartial and honest analysis will be of real benefit to many of the technology companies here.”
For further information, please visit the web site: www.futurehorizons.com