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Fintech Photo: Shutterstock Health incentive life insurance co Sproutt raises $26m

The Israeli company has developed a predictive life insurance that rewards healthy behavior.

Pagaya founders Photo: Roy Perry Israeli fintech co Pagaya set for $9b SPAC deal - report

Pagaya, which has developed an AI platform for analyzing credit applications, is to merge with EJF Acquisition, "The Wall Street Journal" reports.

Melio founders Photo: Eyal Izhar Israeli payments platform Melio raises $250m at $4b valuation

The Israeli B2B platform for small businesses has tripled its valuation since its last financing round in January.

Ran Oren, Danny Herman, Meirav Oren and Barak Cohen Credit: Ray Habot Israeli AI construction optimization co Versatile raises $80m

Since its 2019 launch, CraneView has been adopted by over 40% of the leading general contractors in North America.

Meytal Shavit, Elad Tsur, Yinnon Dolev and Diyaa Shridi Photo: Michael Cohen Israel's Planck teams with Japanese insurance giant Sompo

Planck’s AI-based platform gathers publicly available data about businesses and applies machine learning to generate insights, allowing insurance companies to more accurately assess risks.

JFrog Photo: Nasdaq PR JFrog buys Israeli remote device management co Upswift

Upswift has developed a management platform for remote updates of IoT devices by developers is led by two 27 year-olds.

VisibleRisk employees Photo: Doron Letzter BitSight buys Israeli cyber risk assessment co VisibleRisk

VisibleRisk was founded in 2019 as a collaboration between Israel venture group Team8 and Moody's, who have invested $30 million in the company to date.

Avi Nir photo: Jeff Kravitz Keshet Media Group closes $65m VC fund

Stardom Ventures will invest in startups with a connection to the media industry.

Papayal Global founders Ruben Drong, Einat Guez and Ofer Herman Photo: Ira Prokhorov Papaya Global raises $250m at $3.7b valuation

The Israeli payroll platform for cross-border employee salary management has tripled its valuation in the past six months.

Omri Cohen and Tomer Tagrin. Credit: Mor Shani Shopify invests $30m in Israeli startup Yotpo

The investment is part of a strategic investment between Yotpo and Shopify, "to develop innovative marketing solutions that help brands deepen customer relationships."

Snyk founders / Photo:  Snyk Cybersecurity co Snyk raises $300m at $8.5b valuation

In addition to the new capital raised, investors will pay $230 million to buy existing shares in the Israeli-founded cloud native application security company.

Quantum Machines founders Photo: PR Israeli startup Quantum Machines raises $50m

The Tel Aviv-based company has launched the Quantum Orchestration Platform, and a programming language called QUA, which enables research groups to write algorithms that can be run on any quantum computer in the world of any kind.

Yanay Ofran credit: Eyal Izhar The man making antibodies smarter

Using artificial intelligence, Biolojic Design founder Prof Yanay Ofran believes he can produce antibodies that are a match for any disease.

Agent Vi team Photo: Shmuel Cohen Irisity buys Israeli video analytics co Agent Vi

The Swedish video analytics company will pay $67.5 million in cash and shares for its Israeli rival.

Erel Margalit at new startup center in Kiryat Shemona  credit:  Olivia Rosenthal Erel Margalit launches Kiryat Shmona foodtech startup center

Margalit: We are paving the way for local entrepreneurs to become international.

Jifiti founders Photo: PR Point of sale credit boosts Israeli fintech

The 'buy now pay later' per purchase credit trend sweeping the world is good news for the Israeli startups in the sector.

Boaz Bachar and Iftach Birger Photo: PR AgTech co FieldIn raises $30m

The company's operating system provides recommendations for supporting crop health and yields, improving sustainability, and boosting overall efficiency and profits.

dollars  picture: Thinkstock Israeli startups raised over $1b in August

Israeli tech companies raised $15.3 billion in the first eight months of 2021, over 50% more than the record $10 billion raised in all of 2020.

Healthcare data  credit: Shutterstock aMoon, Roche pick first two cos for Starfinder Lab program

The companies are in digital pathology and lung cancer diagnosis.

Foretellix founders Photo: PR Volvo invests as Israeli auto-tech co Foretellix raises $32m

The company has developed a testing, verification and validation platform for automated driving systems.

IKEA Israel  / Photo: Shlomi Yosef , Globes IKEA invests $22.5m in Israeli retail financing co Jifiti

Jifiti facilitates white-labeled point-of-sale financing solutions for banks, lenders and merchants.

OwnBackup Photo: Buxa OwnBackup buys US software co RevCult

The acquisition is OwnBackup’s latest step toward growing its data protection platform.

Melio founders  / Photo: PR Israeli payments platform Melio triples valuation in new raise

Melio joined the unicorn club in January this year when it raised $110 million at a valuation of $1.3 billion.

Avanan Photo: Avanan Check Point buys Israeli email security co Avanan for $280m

Avanan has developed AI-based technology to block in the cloud emails containing malicious links.

Tamir Pardo Photo: PR Former Mossad chief's cybersecurity company to operate in Gulf

Tamir Pardo's XM Cyber will bid to protect infrastructures in the UAE and Bahrain, as part of a consortium led by Rafael.

Fires in Siberia  credit: Julia Petrenko / Greenpeace Harness Israeli tech to meet climate crisis

Firstime Venture Capital founder Jonathan Benartzi argues that tech investment has a large role to play in combating climate change.

The tech Big 5 Israeli tech in the Big 5's grip

High pay, shares that only go up, and few working hours… no wonder Facebook, Apple, Google, Amazon and Microsoft drain Israel's talent pool.

Riskified IPO Photo: CRC Media From IPO to NPO: How tech flotations benefit social causes

Through Tmura's options donation model, Israeli non-profits will gain some NIS 40 million from Outbrain and Riskified's Wall Street IPOs.

High-tech office / Photo: Shutterstock, Shutterstock.com 8.7% of the workers pay 24% of the taxes

Resentment at the high earnings of technology sector employees overlooks their outsize contribution to Israel's economy.

Aleph Farms Photo: Shlomi Yosef Aleph Farms to market first cultivated steaks

Prof. Shulamit Levenberg and Didier Touba are set to make the world healthier and cleaner with their lab-grown meat.

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