RankAbove makes top 15 in UK-Israel TeXchange delegation

Oct 28, 2012 | by daina

Tel Aviv – October 28, 2012 – RankAbove announced today  that it has been selected as one of the top 15 companies to attend TeXchange, the UK Israel Tech Hub’s Tech Exchange Program, taking place in London in November.  The program, to which 128 companies have applied, will connect select Israeli hi-tech companies with UK corporations who are to benefit from the innovative technologies.

RankAbove is a global leader in search engine optimization (SEO) technology. Its proprietary SEO platform, Drive, solves complex organic search related challenges for websites with up to millions of webpages and keywords, by providing real time data, integrated analytics and on-page recommendations.

“We are delighted to welcome RankAbove to our first group of participating TeXchange companies to visit the UK. Their innovative SEO technology is very interesting and we are confident that they will find exciting collaboration opportunities with British partners,” said Lucy Blechner, Digital Manager of the UK Israel Tech Hub at the British Embassy in Israel.

RankAbove’s CEO Mayer Reich commented, “We are grateful to TeXchange  for granting us the opportunity to demonstrate how RankAbove’s unprecedented SEO technology can help prominent UK companies improve their website performance. Opportunities to forge partnerships like these are vital in the effort to expand the Israeli tech-footprint in Europe.”

This selection marks the second time this year that RankAbove has been recognized for its market leadership and reflects how SEO remains as critical as ever for website performance. In September 2012 the company was named “#1 start-up in Israel” by Wired Magazine.

About TeXchange

The UK Israel Tech Hub launched TeXchange in August 2012 in partnership with Tech City Investment Organisation and UKTI. TeXchange, is a new Tech Exchange programme that will create an ongoing two-way flow of digital tech pioneers, companies, ideas and technology between the UK and Israel. TeXchange will create platforms for collaboration between entrepreneurs and companies, giving British corporations a competitive advantage by integrating Israeli technological innovation into their business, and connecting Israeli start-ups to the UK’s leading companies, markets, investors and service providers.