The visit, organized by the California-Israel Chamber of Commerce, is aimed at increasing the exposure to the Israeli companies in Silicon Valley. It will kick off in the office of Mike Moritz, an investor at Sequoia Capital.
Additional officials the companies' representatives will meet include David Gee, an HP vice president; Dan'l Lewin, corporate vice president at Microsoft; and Robert Scoble of the Scobleizer blog.
One of the companies taking part in the tour is MoMinis, which specializes in building game development tools for mobile phones, which enable adjusting the games automatically to different types of devices. MoMinis has agreements in Russia and other countries.
Another company is Onavo, which was founded by blogger Guy Rosen and Roi Tiger of Modu. The company has developed a technology which is says can save up to 90% in mobile phone surfing, in Israel or abroad.
The other participating companies are CellSec, Digimo, DudaMobile, Exent, FellowUp, Fooducate, Innobell, Perfecto Mobile, Rewardy, Ringbow, TekTrak, Zipory and ZooZ.
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