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Randy Schulz

Fellowship Class: 
2011

American Israel Business Lab

The American Israel Business Lab (AIBL) helps innovative Israeli companies accelerate development in the US Market. When our clients are ready to do business in the US, AIBL provides the office location, professional services and strategic vision to turn plans into profits. Working in house with collaborators and affiliates, AIBL expedites and streamlines the market entry process.

About the Founder: 

Randy Schulz started his first business at age 16, power washing decks, homes, and buildings. After undergraduate study at Penn State University and graduate school at George Washington University, Schulz applied his skills and entrepreneurship as a communication and business development consultant to political candidates, elected officials, and corporate executives, mostly in the Philadelphia region. As the leader of a team called Nova-Comm Strategy Group (NCSG), Schulz enjoys cultivating young talent and building innovative coalitions. 

Press: Two set off to Israel in effort to lure clean-tech companies to Phila.Cleaning Up the Navy Yard

Update from Randy: Since participating in the Fellowship in 2011, AIBL has continued in it's mission to provide the means for Israeli innovations to enter the US market. AIBL has established an office at the Philadelphia Navy Yard's green energy campus. In 2012, Randy and his founding partner were selected by the Select Greater Philadelphia (an affiliate of the Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce) to represent Pennsylvania at Israel's premier clean-tech conference.

Randy recently returned to Israel with the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia as part of Mayor Nutter's delegation.