Frequently Asked Questions

What is the fee to participate? 

The registration fee is $3,500/person, which includes meals, ground transportation (excluding airport transfers), and access to the Chamber’s program and events throughout the week. The fee does not include lodging or airfare.   

Is this opportunity open only to members of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce? 

No. This opportunity is open to Chamber member and non-members.  

Is there a limit to the size of the delegation?

This delegation is limited to 30 companies. 

Where is the delegation staying? 

The Chamber is securing a limited room block for delegates at a leading hotel in Tel Aviv on a first come, first served basis, while supplies last. Once confirmed, the Chamber will connect delegates to our travel agency to book rooms. Delegates are responsible for paying for their own lodging. 

Is the Chamber organizing flights? 

No. Delegates are responsible for arranging their own travel to Israel.   

I am interested in meeting with Israeli companies relevant to my business, what’s the best way to do that?

The Chamber is partnering with Israel’s Ministry of Economy & Industry who will help with scouting, facilitate introductions, and organize business-to-business meetings. Please let the Chamber know if you are interested in taking advantage of this service. 

I have never been to Israel and would like to spend a few days exploring afterwards, what’s the best way to do that?

The Chamber can connect delegates to our travel agency to help facilitate these inquiries. 

Is this the first delegation that the U.S. Chamber has brought to Israel Cyber Week?

No, the U.S. Chamber brought a delegation of 15 members to Israel Cyber Week 2019.