Hagai Zyss Photo: PR Israeli smart car co Autotalks raises $30m

The Israeli company's V2V communications will be deployed in US in new vehicles from 2019 following design wins with leading Tier-1s and OEMs.

EyeOn Medical founders Photo: PR Ophthalmic device co EyeYon Medical raises $6.5m

China-based venture capital fund Rimonci Capital and co-investor Gauss Group led the financing round.

Reduxio Photo: Reduxio Storage solutions co Reduxio raises $22.5m

The Israeli storage and data management solutions company has 50 employees at its offices in Petah Tikva.

SilicoNegev Photo: PR 50 startups founded in Negev in 2016

The Beersheva high-tech park already has over 40 companies and 1,800 employees.

Alaluf, Mallik, Shi, Shirben   PR New global post-seed VC fund to raise $50m

Follow (the) Seed is an Israeli-US-Chinese-Australian fund that has already invested in two Israeli startups.

BMW  photo: Reuters BMW mulls Israeli smart car R&D center

A senior BMW delegation is currently visiting Israel to look at startups and decide about the center.

Photo: ASAP Creative Shutterstock Israeli co Barkid helps parents track children

Barkid's bracelet has little radiation, and does not require a SIM card.

Argus Photo: PR Israel's auto-tech startups move up a gear

In the wake of the Mobileye exit, "Globes" reviews the candidates for the next major auto-tech acquisition.

Startups Israeli logistics platform co Bringg raises $10m

The Israeli company's platform offers companies a powerful yet flexible solution that enables them to streamline their entire delivery ecosystem.

cyber security Cryptography co Dyadic Security raises $12m

Dyadic CEO: We've changed the game for financial institutions and enterprise companies in how they protect sensitive data assets.

Biotech development, photo: Shutterstock FDA fast tracks Israeli co PolyPid

PolyPid is developing a localized delayed release antibiotic for treatment of bone infections.

Amit Goffer UPnRIDE Photo: Company website UPnRIDE lets wheelchair users stand and ride

Having set up ReWalk to help those paralyzed below the waist, Amit Goffer's new startup will also help those with upper body paralysis, including himself.

Ofer Vilenski  photo: Nadav Cohen Jonathan Beating the Internet censor

Hola co-founder Ofer Vilenski describes his company's mission as "democratizing information".

Kfir Moyal Gilad Woltsovitch Photo: Sivan Faraj Israel's Backed targets US online loans market

The company wants to help young borrowers who do not yet have a credit rating, providing they bring a guarantor.

TabTale founders Photo: Tamar Matsafi Games co TabTale exceeds 1.2 billion downloads

With 2016 revenue of $65 million, the Israeli children's games company has refused tempting offers, preferring long-term growth.

Avi Hasson Photo: Eyal Yizhar Chief Scientist: Gov't has no interest in exits

Avi Hasson:  The riskier the project, the more likely it is to receive funding from us. 

Cologne Photo: Shutterstock Germany seeks Israeli technology

The North Rhine-Westphalia Economic Development Agency (NRW) will visit Israel next month looking for new technologies.

Michal Beinisch Photo: Yossi Zeliger Barclays Rise seeks fintech solutions in Israel

Barclays Israel COO Michal Beinisch explains how the Tel Aviv accelerator brings together a global banking corporation and young startups.

Prof. Amnon Shashua (center) at CES Photo: PR Foreign investors scouting for Israeli smart car tech

Venture capital is flowing into Israel in search of automotive technological developments and the next Mobileye.

dentistry image: Shutterstock/ASAP Creative Israeli dental tech cos lead in implant innovations

Poalim Capital Markets: We want to help the Israel medical market mature into a global leader.

Science Abroad Photo: PR 10% of Israeli PhDs live abroad

ScienceAbroad is promoting entrepreneurship programs to bring home Israel academics.

SentinelOne Photo: PR Revolutionizing the anti-virus market

Israeli company SentinelOne's CTO Almog Cohen says that it has been clear for a long time that existing anti-virus is ineffective.

Natan Leibzon Photo: Eyal Yizhar At the heart of Israel's high-tech ecosystem

Startup Stadium's Facebook page with almost 40,000 followers is a great forum for Israeli entrepreneurs looking for exposure.

Chedva Kleinhandler  photo:  Aline Frisch "We're in the future of work"

Israeli startup Emerj claims it can tell enterprises what their employees really want. Bill Gates' talent scouts are interested.

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