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Zohar Zisapel  / Photo: Jonathan Bloom , Globes Strong shekel exposes tech industry's falling competitiveness

Sources in Israel's technology industry say that its long-term problem is rising salaries.

Elon Musk Photo: Reuters Joe Skipper Elon Musk puts spotlight on Israeli robotics startup

A tweet by Musk about SqUID, an automated warehouse picker developed by BionicHIVE, has generated huge interest.

Nimrod Elmish and Lior Hanuka, IN-VENTech  credit: Sharon Buchbinder New startup center launched in Haifa

IN-VENTech aims at substantial growth in the number of Haifa-based technology companies.

Carbyne founders, Alex Dizengoff , Yony Yatsun and Amir Elichai  credit: Avishai Finkelstein Emergency calls tech co Carbyne raises $25m

The expansion of the company's B round was led by Hanaco Ventures and ELSTED Capital Partners.

Swimm founders  Photo: Cedric Batash Israeli multiple codebase co Swimm raises $5.7m

The startup also launched its platform for sharing information about any codebase to make development processes smoother and faster.

Yinon Dolev  / Photo: Fabian Koldorf EasySend signs deal with Japanese insurance giant Sompo

The Israeli company's cloud-based technological solution converts PDF files into digital documents.

Gett Photo: PR Israeli travel SaaS platform Gett raises $15m

The taxi-hailing app will use the new funds to roll-out its ground travel software platform for businesses worldwide.

Rapyd founders Photo: Tomer Hazan Israeli fintech company Rapyd raises $300m

Businesses can accept and send payments without having to build their own infrastructure through the Rapyd Global Payments Network.

Vdoo founders. Credit: PR Israeli IoT security co Vdoo raises $25m

The Tel Aviv-based company's automated product security platform for device manufacturers and deployers performs a complete security assessment in minutes.

Pagaya founders Photo: Inbal Marmari Clal, Migdal investing $400m in Pagaya funds

Pagaya co-founder Yahav Yulzari: We came through the coronavirus year with flying colors. The AI-based investment company plans to recruit 100 R&D workers in Israel.

Tehila Ben Moshe Photo: Ophir Farkash Biond Biologics sells cancer drug rights to Sanofi for $125m

The Israeli company could also be entitled to $1 billion in milestone payments plus royalties for its immunotherapy treatment.

Glilot Partners Credit: PR Glilot launches $170m VC growth fund

The new fund will invest in post-Series A enterprise software and cybersecurity companies.

Dr. Alex Tendler and Dr. Lana Volokh. credit: PR Fighting cancer from within

ExoProTher Medical is using the body's own anti-cancer agent to treat brain cancer.

Medical devices Photo: Shutterstock ASAP Creative Israeli angiography co CathWorks raises $30m

The company's FFRangio system, which is a non-invasive diagnostic technology that is used during routine angiography.

Liron Damri and Michael Reitblatt. credit: Avi Raoul Meet the new unicorn fighting online fraud

Forter founders Michael Reitblat and Liron Damri talk about cutting-edge online theft, and why they share their business results with the employees.

Melio founders  / Photo: PR "Small businesses want help with cash flow. We do that."

Melio, third-placed among "Globes'" most promising startups, is bringing small business B2B payments into the digital age.

Yoni Luxsenberg and Ariel Klikstein "Wix wanted to buy us but missed the chance"

Web design editing tool developer Elementor, the runner-up in "Globes" most promising Israeli startups of 2020 rankings, was founded by ultra-Orthodox yeshiva graduates.

Bizzabo founders Photo: PR Bizzabo: "Globes" most promising 2020 Israeli startup

Covid-19 dealt the conference and events platform developer a seemingly lethal blow but it pivoted swiftly to virtual conferences.

Ido Susan,  Hillel Kobrinsky / Photo: Uri Alon, Globes Where are 2019's most promising startups now?

"Globes" looks at the fortunes of the ten most promising startups it chose last December.

Prof. Peretz Lavie. credit:  Annie Tritt – WSJ "Israel is losing its status in science"

Incoming National Council for Civilian R&D chair Prof. Peretz Lavie warns that Israel's "startup nation" image masks severe under-investment.

High-tech Photo: Shutterstock Israel transforms into scale-up nation

For the past decade Israel has been known as startup nation, but with less early stage startups and more growth tech companies and unicorns, the emphasis is changing.

Dovi Frances/credit: Courtesy Group 11 "Not all unicorn valuations are real"

Lone venture capitalist Dovi Frances thinks more startups are unicorns than makes any sense - he puts it down to over excitement.

Wix employees / Photo: Alan Tzatzkin The startup within Wix

Wix Answers has turned from an internal customer support solution to a business in its own right, as its head Elad Eran explains to "Globes".

Roni Cohen-Pavon and Daniel Leon / Photo: Eyal Izhar, Globes Confident Celsius Network takes aim at the banks

With the P2P crypto lending platform about to expand in Israel, co-founder and COO S. Daniel Leon talks to "Globes".

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