For the CEO of a company with a market capitalization of over $700 billion, making trips to important places is part of the job description.As such, a stop in Israel is apparently in the books for Cook, according to a new report initially published by Calcalist, an Israeli daily business newspaper. The upcoming trip is meant to coincide with the opening of several new Apple offices in Herzliya, Israel, and will reportedly house up to 800 new employees at the site. The offices will be 180,000 square feet.
As far as what Cook will talk about while visiting remains in the dark. However, Cook is apparently going to meet with several different tech leaders from the region, and will meet with government officials, including former president Shimon Peres.