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Bond / Photo: Nir Arieli Delivery logistics co Bond raises $15m

Shookit, which operates in Tel Aviv, has launched a sister company in New York.

Michael and Daniel Gabay / Photo: Omer Hacohen Coming soon: Trigo's checkout free stores

After trials with Tesco and Shufersal, Israel's Trigo is moving into retail chains worldwide with its ceiling cameras and software that eliminate the need for checkout counters.

iguazio founders Photo: PR Israeli data science platform co Iguazio raises $24m

The Herzliya-based company's data science platform helps data scientists create real-time AI applications while working within the familiar machine learning stack.

startups Gig staff management co Ubeya raises $3.5m

The Israeli company's workforce management platform is designed for companies that rely on gig-hired, hourly paid staff at the core of their operation.

Kaltura execs Photo: Tamar Matsafi Kaltura buys Israeli video conferencing co Newrow

Through this acquisition, Kaltura is expanding its presence in the video conferencing and meeting solutions markets.

Startup Foot traffic data analysis co Placer.ai raises $12m

The Israeli company's solution empowers professionals to improve decision making, reduce risk and identify opportunities with accurate, reliable location data.

Loom founders  / Photo: Loom ServiceNow buys Israeli IT solutions co Loom Systems

Loom Systems has developed an AIOps solution for predicting and solving IT problems.

Vicarius team Israeli cyberthreat prediction co Vicarius raises $5m

Vicarius is the first cybersecurity platform globally to empower companies with proactive attack mitigation strategies for software vulnerabilities in real-time.

Mine founders Gal Ringel, Gal Golan and Kobi Nissan / Photo: Daniel Singer AI data reclamation startup Mine raises $3m

The Israeli startup lets users regain control of their data and delete sensitive information on company websites.

Jeff Horing  / Photo:  flickr Insight Partners: Transforming Israeli startups into unicorns

With holdings in Israeli unicorns JFrog, Sisense, Lightricks and WalkMe and the recent acquisition of control in Armis at a $1.1 billion valuation, Insight has emerged as the king of Israeli tech.

Snyk founders / Photo:  Snyk Israeli cybersecurity co Snyk raises $150m

Snyk delivers developer-first security to organizations, empowering development teams to own, automate and deliver secure applications.

Intezer Photo: PR Israeli cybersecurity co Intezer raises $15m

The company has developed a genetic malware analysis platform.

AppsFlyer founders  / Photo: AppsFlyer, ira prohorov AppsFlyer raises $210m at $1.4b valuation

The Israeli SaaS mobile marketing analytics company has development offices in Haifa and Herzliya.

Robert Priscu Zemingo CEO: Apps have evolved into support tools

Robert Priscu says that apps are no longer developed as a product for an app store but rather as support interfaces for a product or service.

Hospital catheterization room Medical tech co Radiaction raises $18m

The company's product cuts radiation exposure for medical teams. The round was led by InnovaHealth Partners, which is increasing its exposure to Israel following a successful exit with OrthoSpace.

High-tech Israel slips in Bloomberg Innovation Index

Israel was ranked sixth in this year's index, down from fifth last year.

Robotics exhibition in Switzerland Switzerland and Israel: An entrepreneurial win-win

A new Swiss initiative will enable startups from the two countries to learn from each other's strengths.

Yevgeny Dibrov, Nadir Izrael and Gili Raanan / Photo: Hila Bar David, ira prohorov Armis CEO: We're getting the best of both worlds

After the biggest ever Israeli cybersecurity company exit, the founders say they remain independent and retain their vision of an IPO and building a huge IoT security company.

Michal Braverman-Blumenstyk "Israel's tech industry needs the multinationals"

Michal Braverman-Blumenstyk, who brought Microsoft's cybersecurity development to Israel, says complaints about multinationals soaking up the talent are short-sighted.

Startup laboratory  / Photo: Reuters Gov't plan strives to turn academic ideas into startups

As Israel's tech transfer companies struggle to deliver, a government committee has formulated a nine-point program.

Venn neighborhood community in Bushwick / Photo: Kfir Ziv Israeli venture capital discovers low tech

Israeli VCs are joining a global trend towards investment in innovative operational models rather than in new technology.

Ido Susan,  Hillel Kobrinsky / Photo: Uri Alon, Globes "Globes" startup of the year: DriveNets - challenging Cisco and Juniper

Co-founder Hillel Kobrinsky: We looked for a business problem, and then developed the technology, not the other way around.

Rob Anders with work from the “Awareness” Live Art Series by Ronen Tanchum, commissioned by Niio The deal of the art

Israeli startup Niio aspires to become the Spotify of visual art, but faces some special challenges.

Michelle Heymann and Diane Abensur / Photo: private photo Nanosynex aims to solve antibiotic resistance

The company has developed a way of precisely adapting antibiotics to infections.

Sheba ARC Innovation Center  / Photo: Cadya Levi Sheba Medical Center launches digital innovation center

The ARC center fosters local and international collaboration for digital healthcare projects, with on the spot input from doctors and nurses.

Prof. Isaac Ben-Israel Photo: Eyal Izhar Israel's national AI plan unveiled

Prof. Isaac Ben-Israel and Prof. Eviatar Matania head an effort to make Israel an AI power by replicating the success of government investment in cybersecurity.

Trigo offices 2019 / Photo: Yarden Bar Israeli tech keeps retail giants in the game

Deloitte: Retailers worldwide invested $6.2 billion in installing Israeli technology in 2018.

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