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ThePitch winner Amkiri Photo: Eyal Izhar Amkiri wins Globes EY ThePITCH startup competition

Amkiri has created a new concept: visual perfume - fragrant ink that can be used to paint perfume on the skin.

Rami Sass Photo: PR Open source security co WhiteSource raises $35m

The Israeli company helps businesses harness the power of open source without compromising on security or slowing development.

Gil Shalev Photo: PR Israeli plant-based protein co Equinom raises $4m

Equinom is developing a full portfolio of non-GMO legumes that have 50% more protein than varieties currently on the market.

autonomous vehicle  image: Shutterstock Israeli car simulation co Cognata raises $18.5m

The Ness Ziona-based company's automotive simulation platform combines artificial intelligence, deep learning, and computer vision.

Autonomous car Photo: Reuters Israeli car data fusion co Vayavision raises $8m

The Tel Aviv-based company provides raw data fusion and cognition systems for self-driving vehicles.

startup photo: Shutterstock Indoor geo-location co IntraPosition raises $1.5m

The Israeli company offers highly-accurate in-store location-based services, utilizing ultra-wideband (UWB) wireless technology.

Roei Deutsch Photo: Omer Hacohen Israeli high-tech training co Jolt raises $7m

The company will use the money to open its first campus in London in January 2019.

Osnat Segev-Harel Photo: PR Eos Venture Partners to invest in Israeli insurtech

The $100 million fund will invest in early stage insurtech startups.

Yossi Wolf Photo; Eyal Izhar Israeli startup Temi aims to put robots into the home

Yossi Wolf dreamed of a robot to help families communicate with elderly parents and managers to talk to employees, so he made one.

Team8 Photo: London Stock Exchange Temasek buys Israeli cybersecurity co Sygnia for $250m

The Singapore investment company is acquiring the Tel Aviv-based cybersecurity consulting startup.

Cloud computing Cloud security co Kindite raises $4m

Kindite's technology allows sensitive enterprise data to be transferred to the cloud without it being visible to the service provider.

Shimon Eckhouse Heart valve co Trisol Medical raises $2.7m

The Israeli company, which has developed a minimally invasive way to replace the tricuspid heart valve, is aiming at a $6 billion market.

Glilot partners Photo: PR Glilot closes $110m third Israel VC fund

The oversubscribed fund will invest in Israeli early-stage startups in artificial intelligence, big data and cybersecurity.

Medical devices Photo: Shutterstock MEDX Xelerator broadens international collaboration

The Israeli medical device incubator is cooperating with innovation hubs in the EU and US.

dollars  picture: Thinkstock $100m financing rounds no longer a rarity

Exits by Israeli companies are giving way to growth, acquisitions, and building a large global company.

Yoni Bloch Photo: Tamar Matsafi Walmart to invest $250m in JV with Israeli content co Eko

The giant US retailer is setting up the joint venture called W*E Interactive Ventures to develop interactive content to help it compete with Amazon.

KZEN founders Photo: PR Israeli crypto-wallet co KZen Networks raises $4m

The beta trial of the Israeli company's app will begin in the coming weeks,

Startups Photo: Shutterstock Israeli visual inspection co Kitov Systems raises $10m

The Petah Tikva-based company develops AI-based solutions for visual inspection in industrial manufacturing.

Cybersecurity ASAP Creative Shutterstock Israeli cybersecurity co Demisto raises $43m

The Tel Aviv-based company has developed a Security Orchestration, Automation and Response (SOAR) technology platform.

startups Salesforce invests in Israeli co TechSee Augmented Vision

The strategic investment will harness synergies between Salesforce Einstein AI and TechSee's cognitive visual engagement platform.

Yaron Danieli Photo: Jonathan Bloom Yissum launches nanotech seed fund

The fund has already secured $6 million from top international strategic and institutional investors, and will raise up to $9 million.

Wasteless founders Photo: SOSV Israeli dynamic pricing co Wasteless raises $2m

The company's technology automatically cuts the price of products on the shelf when their expiry date approaches.

Eran Yaniv Photo: PR Perforce buys Israeli software testing co Perfecto for $200m

The Rosh Ha'ayin based company has developed a cloud-platform for DevOps teams to achieve continuous testing.

Shahar Mintz and Toli Elenberg Photo: Eyal Izhar Chatway has built WhatsApp of project management

The Israeli startup, in which Rony Zarom has invested, is sure its instant messaging can compete with Google, Slack and Trello.

Judge Ronit Gurwicz Photo: Court website Court rules against divorcing husband on startup value

The court ruled the wife is entitled to half the value of the startup, even though it was sold more than a year after the couple separated.

Uri Oster Photo: PR Tapingo CTO: We've still got major growth potential

Tapingo cofounder Udi Oster, whose company offers mobile ordering and pickup on US campuses, talks about his company's $150 million acquisition by GrubHub.

Prof. Moshe Shoham Photo: Paul Orlive Mazor founder has more startups in the pipeline

Medtronic is buying Prof. Moshe Shoham's Mazor for $1.6 billion, while he is looking forward to more robots and more startups.

Tal Tinichigiu-Abergil and Oren Avman Photo: Alon Ron Israel's Double Shoot makes weapons more accurate

Tal Tinichigiu-Abergil and Oren Avman's startup has developed an app for streamlining and simplifying the firearm zeroing process.

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