Vardi to get Manufacturers' Industry Prize

The Manufacturers Association of Israel said Monday it will award its Industry Prize 2007 to one of the country's most valued hi-tech gurus, Dr. Yossi Vardi, for his great contribution to Israeli hi-tech.

By SHARON WROBEL
August 28, 2007 07:59

 
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The Manufacturers Association of Israel said Monday it will award its Industry Prize 2007 to one of the country's most valued hi-tech gurus, Dr. Yossi Vardi, for his great contribution to Israeli hi-tech, encouraging foreign investment and the promotion of research and development. The other prize winners are Strauss Group President and CEO Erez Vigodman, who will be rewarded for setting an example of industrial leadership and management of the highest level; Readymix Industries Chairman Amnon Dotan and Mul-T-Lock CEO Shimon Shekel. The prizes will be awarded next Wednesday in Tel Aviv in the presence of Speaker of the Knesset Dalia Itzik, Industry, Trade and Labor Minister Eli Yishai, Manufacturers Association of Israel President Shraga Brosh and senior business leaders.

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