5W Public Relations Named Agency of Record for Israel Dealmakers Summit 2013

Feb 27, 2013, 10:30 ET from 5W Public Relations

NEW YORK, Feb. 27, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- 5W Public Relations, a top 25 PR firm today announced its selection as the PR agency of record for the Israel Dealmakers Summit 2013, a premier, two-day, invitation only conference for senior level executives from the United States, Europe and Israel.

The 2013 Israel Dealmakers Summit marks the 5th consecutive year that the conference will be held, providing attendees with unparalleled networking, relationship development and deal-making opportunities. Created to bring together investors with promising new technology ventures produced by Israelis, the conference will discuss and debate the technology trends and innovations driving global business growth across key sectors including those in the digital media, clean technology, healthcare, mobile, internet, medical devices, big data, semiconductors, IT software and telecommunications industries.

Among the confirmed guests for this year's summit include Jeffrey Immelt, Chairman & CEO of GE, Shari Redstone, Co-Founder and Managing Partner, Advancit Capital, Kay Koplovitz, Chairman, Springboard Enterprises; Chairman - Fifth & Pacific (formerly Liz Claiborne) and Tsvi Gal, Chief Technology Officer at Morgan Stanley. 

"Adding the 2013 Israel Dealmakers Summit to our roster of clients is extremely exciting," said Ronn Torossian, CEO of 5W Public Relations. "We are confident that this year's Israel Dealmakers Summit will be the number one source of business innovation and thought-leadership in various industries throughout the next year."

5W Public Relations will execute the PR campaign focused on strategically placed business and industry-specific news, though-leadership positioning, innovations in technology, corporate connections, networking, relationship development and more within the corporate and business media landscape. 

Contact:  Ronn Torossian, rtorossian@5wpr.com, 212-999-5585

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