Dollars Photo: Shutterstock Israeli startups raised $700m in July

Israeli tech companies, which raised a record $8.3 billion in 2019, have already raised almost $6 billion in the first seven months of 2020, despite the Covid-19 crisis.

Amiram Shachar / Photo: Spot From college project to $450m exit

Spot founder Amiram Shachar's professors weren't impressed by his idea for cheaper cloud computing, but it's now central to NetApp.

Roy Danon, Aviv Leibovici, and Yakir Sundry.  / Photo: Eyal Toueg Construction industry AI co Buildots raises $12.5m

Buildots puts cameras on the hardhats of managers to capture imaging of every detail of an ongoing project during regular site walks.

Shai Morag, Sivan Krigsman, Arick Goomanovsky and Michael Dolinsky.  / Photo: Ben Yitzhaky Israeli cloud security co Ermetic raises $17m

Ermetic helps organizations enforce tighter, least privilege access policies across both user and machine identities to help prevent data breaches.

Startups Photo: Shutterstock Sales tech co raises $45m has created a conversation intelligence platform for high-growth sales teams using artificial intelligence.

Maor Shlomo / Photo: Nir Salkman Israeli data discovery co Explorium raises $31m

Explorium allows companies to build better predictive models by connecting their internal data to thousands of external data sources.

ClimaCell founders Weather intelligence co ClimaCell raises $23m

ClimaCell’s product based on automated and predictive impact technologies, which help customers save millions in operational efficiency, improve safety, and avoid significant costs and damages from weather events.

Ran Poliakine / Photo: LUZ Corporate Photography Israeli medical imaging co Nanox raises $59m

The Neve Ilan-based company plans to disrupt early-detection healthcare via deployment of a global medical imaging infrastructure.

SavorEat founders  / Photo: Sharon Biron Mor, Meitav Dash to invest $3m in meat alternative co SavorEat

The Israeli company has developed technology, which combines ingredients from an innovative plant based formula, 3D robot printing, and advanced cooking methods.

Healthcare Blood count device co Sight Diagnostics raises $71m

Patients with Covid-19 who are in a moderate or serious condition need to undergo frequent blood count tests.

Laboratory testing for coronavirus  / Photo: Ministry of Health, PR Israeli tech collaborates on Covid-19 challenges

As Covid-19 rages, companies with solutions meet hospitals with problems on digital health community platform HealthIL.

Sarit Firon "I want to be where I can give value"

Determination and an unusual appetite for risk have taken Sarit Firon from poor beginnings to managing partner at Team8 Capital.

Gil Kerbs / Photo: private photo AI in the kitchen

Founder Gil Kerbs tells "Globes" about Newt and its personalized nutrition app, which provides motivation as well as menus.

Roey Izkovsky, Yigal Kaminka, Yuval Kaminka  / Photo: Shlomi Yosef , Globes "The crisis proved what we knew - people want to play"

Lockdown made many people turn to music, and Israeli instrument learning app JoyTunes was there to help.

Shai Wininger and Daniel Schreiber  / Photo: Shlomi Yosef , Globes Is lossmaking Lemonade worth $2b?

The company, which has filed for a US IPO, is worth nearly as much as Israel's two largest insurance companies Harel and Phoenix combined. "Globes" examines why.

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