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ICHINA Group

IChina team represents Chinese companies and investors doing business in Israel. We offer Chinese companies and organizations full support in their search for Israeli technology, investments and acquisitions in Israel. We provide a full range of services to Chinese companies expanding into Western markets assisting them in achieving their business goals.

Our seasoned and dedicated team has a pragmatic approach and a drive for action. With decades of combined work experience in China and in Israel, the actions become achievements.

Members of our team:

Gordon Tao Wang is our Business Development manager in China. He is a Director at Bunstat International Medical Holdings Ltd. Gordon’s professional experience ranges across many fields; he was the CEO of Nenking Real Estate Development Ltd. And GM East China of Nan Fung China Development Ltd. Gordon holds a B.A from Soochow University in Suzhou Double major in Education and Biology and an MSC Finance and Management from Hebei University of Technology in Tianjin.

 

Ronen Rahamim is the founder and CEO of EBC Ltd., a company that deals with various businesses including Tourism, Life Science, Pharmaceuticals and more. Previously Ronen was Managing Director and Member of Board of Aviation Links Ltd, an Israel-based Travel company. Ronen is based in Shanghai, and holds a Bachelor degree in Law (LLB) from the University of Westminster.

 

Yael Einav has been active in China since 1988, with over 10 years of high level executive experience. Yael has led numerous deals between Israeli companies and Chinese companies, from their inception to final successful closure. She holds an M.A in East Asia/China studies and International relations from the Hebrew University. Yael also holds an MBA from the University of Derby.

 

Yvonne L. Crainic is our Business Development manager in Israel. She has excellent managerial skills, excellent communication skills, and is fluent in multiple languages. Yvonne has extensive work experience in multiple fields such as Renewables, Tourism and Aviation.
Ms. Crainic holds a B.A in East Asia/China studies and International relations from the Hebrew University and an M.A in East Asia/China studies from the Hebrew University. In 2008 she was granted a Chinese Government funded research scholarship in Beijing University. She is undertaking the Stanford Innovation and Entrepreneurship Certificate from Stanford University.