The Smart Cities Council is an industry coalition formed to accelerate the move to smart, sustainable cities. It works to lower the barriers to adoption through actions that support and educate cities: A Readiness Guide -- the first-ever comprehensive, collaborative, vendor-neutral definition of a smart city; conferences for cities; policy initiatives and joint advocacy; and citizen education and outreach.
Marketplace.city’s mission is to simplify the process of finding, validating, and implementing new technology at the city level, so government can better improve the lives of their communities with smart solutions. Products are developed with partner cities—including launch partners New York City, Atlanta, Barcelona, and Dublin—to meet their most pressing needs.
The JDC Institute for Leadership and Governance focuses on the top leaders of Israel - philanthropists, lay leaders, senior government officials, mayors and municipal leaders. Its vision is to bring leaders in order to achieve wide, measurable, and sustainable social impact in Israel. This includes improving the quality of life of the most vulnerable populations and closing the social gaps.
One of Israel's leading strategic Consulting companies specializes in team-based methodology, experts in change management and its implementation. The TACK team is multi-disciplinary and come up with unique solutions and practices. The team shares core values that promote the individual's place in organizational processes
The consumer world is constantly changing. In order to understand it, we need to change as well. Modus is an innovative and creative research and strategy company that knows how to adapt itself to the dynamic world of tomorrow. To get effective results for our clients, we look beyond the classic quantitative and qualitative research, to let our clients achieve their goals.
The Israel Democracy Institute (IDI) is an independent center of research and action dedicated to strengthening the foundations of Israeli democracy. IDI works to bolster the values and institutions of Israel as a Jewish and democratic state. A non-partisan think-and-do tank, the institute harnesses rigorous applied research to educate decision makers and help shape policy, legislation and public opinion. The institute partners with government, policy and decision makers, civil service and society, to improve the functioning of the government and its institutions, confront security threats while preserving civil liberties, and foster solidarity within Israeli society
The Jerusalem Institute for Policy Research, which was established in 1978, is a leading and influential research and thought institute that issues from Jerusalem a sustainable social, economic, and spatial doctrine. The Institute is where reality shapers turn to in order to promote and define policy issues in Israel in general and in Jerusalem in particular. The Institute’s activities and researches help institutions and bodies to shape and implement innovative and effective policy and bring Jerusalem, with all its various components to the world-and the world to Jerusalem.