The Thames Valley: A Hub for Israeli Business
A recent publication by Arlington Business Park has revealed that the Thames Valley is truly a centre of market excellence in which Israeli companies thrive.
The document, which can be accessed here, shows the significance of Israeli inward investment into the region, especially from firms in the technology sector. It highlights how, since 2016, 97% of the £188 million invested has been into information and technology businesses, mainly in the storage, systems and information management, application specific semiconductors and productivity software sub-sectors.
Showcasing some of the leading global organisations at the heart of the Israeli tech-hub, the document also includes case studies from Inomize, Panaya and Zerto. For more information on these companies, alongside other examples of foreign direct investment from the Middle East into the Thames Valley, click here.
“I am pleased to see the prominence of Israeli companies in the Thames Valley publicised, alongside the important role the cluster plays in the region’s flourishing technology eco-system. With the highest density of businesses in the UK, employing 58,000 people and contributing approximately £13.6bn in turnover, digital technology has long been one of the key sector strengths of Berkshire. The Israeli tech-hub at Arlington Business Park will help ensure that the wider region sustains its position at the forefront of a British tech economy valued at £161bn.”
Paul Britton, CEO at Thames Valley Chamber of Commerce
Located in Theale, Reading, Arlington Business Park offers Grade A office space, ranging from 2,500 to 35,000 sq ft. Combining a modern working environment with the benefits of the outdoors, the Park is designed around a picturesque lake and is accompanied by amenities such as a café, floating pavilion meeting room, gym and theatre-styled landscaped space. Discover more here.