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Date: Oct 3, 2018

By Diana Creasy, Baltimore County Economic & Workforce Development

One company is revolutionizing security systems to improve emergency response. Another firm is making it easier to pay without cash. A third Israeli company is helping companies improve fleet management.

These entrepreneurial Israeli firms have chosen Baltimore County as the place to grow their business in the United States. The County’s economic development team, the icybercenter@bwtech, Maryland/Israel Development Center (MIDC) and World Trade Center Institute offer resources for international firms to thrive here.

The services offered by Baltimore County are attractive to international firms, particularly companies in the tech space. Located next to a leading university, UMBC, bwtech@UMBC offers assistance for start-up technology companies to help them make valuable connections with customers, suppliers and academic institutions. The new icybercenter@bwtech incubator program creates a soft landing for small international companies looking to set up a U.S. operation.

MIDC promotes bi-lateral trade and investment and connects companies and entrepreneurs from Maryland and Israel for sales, distribution, investment, representation and joint R&D.

Nayax: Easier Cashless Payments

With seven international offices, Nayax decided to make Baltimore County home for their eighth. A global leader in the engineering and manufacturing of cashless devices in several different industries, Nayax has been able to leverage resources in Baltimore County to continue to expand.

“Our sales and support staff has grown 33 percent in just the past five months,” said Harry Kozlovsky, Executive Customer Success Manager for Nayax. “Our location in Baltimore County has allowed us to expand our employment opportunities, as well as be a convenient location to reach our North American customers easily.”

Jedvice: Proactive Security

Eran Jedwab, Founder & CEO of Jedvice, has found the resources in Baltimore County very helpful to the company’s growth. “I’ve been able to meet with government and school officials to show off our product and how it can help the community,” said Jedwab. “There seems to be a lot of enthusiasm for our product and I’m hopeful for our future here.”

Jedvice helps deliver the deployment and operation of security systems. Their main product, JedEye, is a mobile solution that provides contextual and situational awareness in emergencies such as active shooter incidents to help improve field responder’s responses. JedEye revolutionizes the use of cameras and sensors to facilitate proactive security and daily monitoring operations.

ISR Corporation: Fleet Fleets

A pioneer in the IoT fleet telematics industry, ISR Corporation has installed custom fleet management systems for numerous governmental and commercial clients around the world. Their newest product, ISR FleetTrack® is a cloud-based browser application that enables real-time GPS tracking, event recording and a new array of safety features. This enables fleet managers to better utilize resources to save time, fuel, money and overtime. ISR’s Maryland location is in Halethorpe.

Resources for Business

The County’s Department of Economic and Workforce Development works to support businesses as they grow their markets through international trade and helps international companies looking to invest or locate operations in Baltimore County. This includes helping companies find space, ensuring a skilled workforce is available, making valuable industry connections and partnering with organizations to ensure a smooth move across the globe.

Shalom to Baltimore County’s Israeli companies. And welcome to companies from around the world.

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Revised September 11, 2017