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TIME’s ’50 Genius Companies’ of 2018 Features Three Israeli Companies

Tuesday, October 16th, 2018

Source: NoCamels Time Magazine recently published their list of 2018’s 50 ‘genius companies’. The list was based on nominations by editors and correspondents who considered which companies are shaping the future. The list is dominated by many of the largest companies in the world including Apple, Disney, Airbnb and Amazon. However joining them on the […]

Mantis Vision – meet the Israeli company making mobile 3D

Monday, October 8th, 2018

Mantis Vision, an Israeli company that borrows part of its name from the praying mantis, an insect with a unique form of 3D vision, is looking to radically change how we create, capture and consume digital content, particularly on mobile.   This tech can be integrated into everything from a handheld 3D professional scanner to a […]

Israeli Startups Set to Beat Financing Round Records

Thursday, October 4th, 2018

Source: Globes Last year Israeli startups set a record, raising $5.24 billion. This year that record looks set to be beaten, with $4.5 billion raised already. Remarkably, almost $500 million was raised in September alone, despite many Israeli holidays. The first half of 2018 saw over $3.1 million raised, which has since been bolstered by […]

Two More Israeli Companies to List for Trading in Australia

Tuesday, September 18th, 2018

Source: Globes There are already seventeen Israeli companies listed for trading in Australia and they are about to be joined by two newcomers; Nicevend and Shekel Brainweigh. Nicevend have created a vending machine for slurpee and slushy beverages with a particular focus on healthier options. Their range includes protein and fruit based varieties that contain […]

Tel Aviv and Jerusalem to Be Connected by High-Speed Rail

Monday, September 17th, 2018

Source: Ctech After 17 years of planning and construction, Israel’s Minister of Transportation Yisrael Katz held a launch event ahead of the opening of a new express train line connecting Jerusalem and Tel Aviv on Tuesday. The ride on the new line, which is 41 miles long (57 kilometers), is timed at 28 minutes. The only […]

WIRED’s ‘Hottest’ 10 Israeli Companies of 2018

Tuesday, September 11th, 2018

Source: NoCamels WIRED UK have included 10 Israeli startups in the 2018 edition of their annual list of Europe’s 100 “hottest startups”. Israel is famously strong is AI, cyber security and IT, however the list illustrates that strengths in many other areas are developing. As Tel Aviv’s reputation grows as a “deep-tech powerhouse”, Israel’s reputation and strength […]

Fiverr eyes $1b Nasdaq IPO

Tuesday, September 4th, 2018

As appeared in Globes Israeli freelancers platform Fiverr is readying for an IPO on Nasdaq at a valuation of some $1 billion, sources inform “Globes.” Fiverr’s world-leading platform has recently been expanded to include companies and professionals. The company has raised $110 million to date. In a recent interview with “Globes”, Fiverr CEO Micha Kaufman said that […]

As Apple Hits $1 Trillion Value, Here Are 10 Amazing, Israel-Made iPhone Apps

Friday, August 31st, 2018

Source: NoCamels This summer, Apple secured two mega news headlines: its $1 trillion valuation and the 10th anniversary of the iOS App Store. Both headlines garnered immense joy amongst developers the world over – Israel included. Thanks to Apple and the iOS App Store, developers have a platform to create great software applications and easily […]

Israeli sports analytics firm wins Euro tech award

Thursday, August 30th, 2018

Source: Israel21c Track160, a Petah Tikva-based Israeli startup developing a fully automatic team sports analytics service using deep learning technology, won first place in the 2018 European SportsTech held during the SpielMacher conference in Hamburg on August 9. Read more here.

Israeli Startup Monday Had To Change Its Name To Crack The U.S. Now Its Team Software Is Worth $550M

Thursday, August 30th, 2018

Source: Forbes Israeli startup monday.com knows that despite the 35,000 teams that pay for its work software, the average person still hears “Monday” and just thinks of the first day of the workweek. With a new $50 million funding round that values it at half a billion dollars, Monday thinks it can change that. Announced […]