Bitcoins Blockchain co Colu raises $14.5m from IDB

The Israeli company, which has created a wallet app for digital, localized currencies, has been an active player in blockchain technology since 2014.

startup photo: Shutterstock 3D imaging sensor co Vayyar Imaging raises $45m

The Israeli company has developed 3D sensors that can see through solid objects.

Bizzabo Photo: PR Events management software co Bizzabo raises $15m

The Israeli company's events cloud empowers event marketers to manage, measure and grow professional events worldwide.

Yoav Levy and Yonatan Appel Photo: PR Connected car co Upstream Security raises $9m

Upstream CEO: We’re using emerging technologies like AI and machine learning to carry out an evolutionary leap in cybersecurity for passenger and commercial vehicles.

Nasdaq Photo: Reuters IVC identifies 24 Israeli tech cos ready for IPO

IVC-Research says that the large amounts raised by the companies makes them ripe for a public offering.

William Wagner Photo: Tamar Matsafi "Artificial intelligence still at the hype stage"

LogMeIn got more than it thought it was getting when it acquired Israeli company Nanorep.

Rawabi Photo: Video Palestinian startup incubator gains momentum

Bashar Masri is bringing international companies to Rawabi to tell Palestinian entrepreneurs about the market needs and conditions.

Cloud computing Cloud solutions co AllCloud raises $3m

The Israeli company's customers include Amazon, Salesforce, and Google.

Ecoppia cleaning robot Photo: PR Solar panel cleaning co Ecoppia raises $13m

Investors include Harel Insurance, Swarth, GlenRock Capital, and Gandyr.

Marius Nacht, photo: Tamar Matsafi Nacht, Harel Insurance invest in personalized cancer treatment

Ayala Pharmaceuticals has bought a license from BMS to develop the treatment.

Teddy Sagi Sagi invests $3m in energy efficiency co SmartGreen

Teddy Sagi has already installed SmartGreen's platform in Camden Market.

Student  photo: Eyal Izhar Israeli alumni software co Graduway raises $12.7m

With operations in Israel, the UK, and US, Graduway is trusted by over 500 education institutions and non-profits.

Kaltura execs Photo: Tamar Matsafi Kaltura CEO: We're in this for the long haul

The Israeli video platform company is not in a rush to hold an IPO, but is sure that one will happen at the right time.

Cybersecurity  image: Shutterstock Israeli cybersecurity co Alcide raises $5.2m

Intel and Elron led the investment in the Tel Aviv based company, which will double its workforce from 20 to 40.

Daniel Tsiddon and Tomer Michaeli Photo: PR Viola closes $100m fintech fund

The fund, targeted to reach $120-150 million, is backed by Scotiabank, The Travelers Companies and Bank Hapoalim.

Vaccinations Photo: Shutterstock Clal Biotech portfolio co Neon raises $106m

Neon Therapeutics is developing vaccine therapy for cancer victims.

Cortica Photo: Liran Shetreet Cortica is developing AI for the autonomous car

The Israeli company's product is being tested by three major auto industry companies.

Startups Phishing prevention co IRONSCALES raises $6.5m

The Tel Aviv based company will open a US office in Atlanta in the first quarter of 2018.

Peter Thiel Photo: Reuters Peter Thiel invests as biotech co ChemomAb raises $10m

The Israeli company has developed a treatment of inflammatory and cicatricial diseases resulting from fatty liver.

Toyota Photo: PR Toyota invests in Guardian Optical Technologies

The Israeli startup, which is developing an optical sensor for car interiors, has raised $5.1 million.

medical research image: Shutterstock Atox Bio raises $30m to develop kidney injury treatment

The financing round in Nes Ziona-based Atox Bio was led by Arix Bioscience plc.

Tal Chalozin and Tzvika Netter Photo: Jeff Pulver Innovid CEO explains Taykey acquisition

Taykey's technology will help persuade customers that they are advertising in a clean content environment, says Zvika Netter. Photo: Shlomi Yosef "Globes" names as Israel's most promising 2017 startup

With the help of local VC firms and global tech companies, we bring you this year's crop of companies most likely to make a disruptive difference.

Chinese bus manufacturing Photo: Reuters China Stringer Israel's auto-tech industry attracts NIS 65b in 2017

Israel's auto-tech industry is buzzing as Mobileye is installed in Chinese buses, startups close large financing rounds and carmakers open offices in Israel.

Yoni Heilbronn and Ofer Ben-Noon  photo: Shlomi Yosef How Argus drove to the exit

Argus's CEO and CMO talk about their competitive advantage and how they might expand from car cybersecurity.

Female entrepreneurs Photo: Inbal Marmari The women changing the face of the Startup Nation

"Lady Globes" presents the outstanding Israeli women entrepreneurs of 2017.

Yaron Daniely Photo: Yonatan Bloom Yissum CEO seeks to connect academia and industry

Dr. Yaron Daniely reveals that Yissum gave Hebrew University over NIS 800 million in research funds, royalties, and shares over the past decade.

Navot Volk Photo: Mor Shmoshkovitz Israeli startups beginning to see benefits of New York

Some Israeli startups prefer to set up their headquarters in New York rather than Silicon Valley. Microsoft Accelerator Israel head Navot Volk explains why.

Israel Innovation Authority Photo: PR Israel to double number of high-tech employees

The Israel Innovation Authority's annual report includes an operational plan for doubling the proportion of high-tech employees in the workforce over the next decade. 

Mori Arkin, Uri Geiger photos: Tamar Matsafi, Eyal Izhar Accelmed fattening Cogentix for sale

Accelmed seeks to replicate its success formula in urology, as portfolio company Cogentix makes a third acquisition.

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