Enter and succeed in the U.S. through Virginia

Enter and succeed in the U.S. through Virginia

The Virginia Israel Advisory Board (VIAB) is a government agency that helps Israeli companies build and grow their U.S. operations in Virginia.

We Make Business Happen Between Israel and Virginia

There are strong synergies between Virginia and Israeli business particularly in manufacturing; maritime and military related industries.

In 20 years we brought 100 Israeli companies to Virginia and helped them grow

Strauss Group’s $100m Sabra Hummus Factory
Zim’s Israel Shipping Lines North America Headquarters
Teva Pharmaceuticals Manufacturing Plant
25 Defense & Cyber Security Companies


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Virginia Companies Seeking Israeli R&D and Manufacturing Partners

Find an Israeli innovation partner to gain competitive advantages and shorten R&D cycles through developing manufacturing; R&D and technology joint ventures. Also check out our: Virginia Israel Open Innovation program.

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Become an Israeli Partner

Israeli Companies Looking to do Business in the United States

The Virginia Israel Advisory Board (VIAB) facilitates partnerships for Israeli companies to build and grow their operations in Virginia.

Become an Israeli Partner

The Virginia Israel Advisory Board is an agency of the Commonwealth of Virginia (Office of the General Assembly) that facilitates Israeli companies to establish and grow their operations in Virginia and Virginia companies to source innovative Israeli technology. Our goals are to increase investment and develop lasting partnerships that expand and enhance the workforce in Virginia.

Project Manager 

Andrea Eichelbaum was born and raised in the Tidewater area of Virginia. She is currently in pursuit of a B.A. in Political Science with a concentration in National Security and Foreign Policy with a heightened interest in International Relations.

Andrea has been very involved in the Virginia political community, particularly focusing on youth engagement and increasing voter turnout. She also spent time interning in Israel.