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Tech City UK has named the second wave of 25 companies to join the Future Fifty programme which matches high potential growth-stage businesses with bespoke public and private sector support to fast-track their growth, create jobs and deliver significant economic impact to the UK. One of the lucky companies that was selected to the programme is the Israeli eToro which recently opened a branch in the UK with the help of UKTI Israel.
eToro CEO, Yoni Assia said: “eToro has received tremendous support and advice from UK Trade & Investment Israel (UKTI) in establishing and growing in the UK and globally. We look forward to accelerating our growth in the coming year and have no doubt that UKTI will play an integral role in helping us achieve these aims.”
Barry Grossman, UKTI Israel’s Director said: “I would like to congratulate eToro for being chosen for the Future Fifty project. UKTI is delighted to have been able to support eToro in growing their business in the UK and we are excited at the prospect of helping other Israeli companies discover the great potential the UK offers in the global market”.