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CTech’s Monday Roundup of Israeli Tech News

By backing Didi Chuxing, travel company Booking gets a foothold in “competitive” China, CEO says. The tech sector lacks diversity and women find it difficult to advance, says Microsoft Israel GM.

CTech 17:4529.10.18
By backing Didi Chuxing, travel company Booking gets a foothold in “competitive” China, CEO says. Booking CEO Glenn Fogel spoke Monday at Calcalist’s and Bank Hapoalim’s eighth annual digital and mobile conference INSPIRE Digital@Mobile. Read more

 

The tech sector lacks diversity and women find it difficult to advance, says Microsoft Israel GM. Assaf Rappaport, general manager of Microsoft Israel, spoke on Monday at Calcalist’s eighth annual digital and mobile conference. Read more

 

Booking's CEO Glenn Fogel. Photo: Amit Sha'al Booking's CEO Glenn Fogel. Photo: Amit Sha'al

 

 

As part of a startup residency program, Google leases new Tel Aviv building. The company announced the program last week for its six global startup campuses, located in Tel Aviv, London, Madrid, São Paulo, Seoul, and Warsaw. Read more

 

Israeli tech continues to draw more money in fewer rounds. The number of seed rounds raised by Israeli startups fell to a five-year low in the third quarter of 2018, as more money continued to flow to fewer firms. Read more

 

Cannabis-Blockchain company proves nothing is out of range with gun safety holding. Israel-based Fantasy Network sold its fantasy sports division to employees in October 2017, essentially becoming a shelf company. Read more

 

Intel Capital, Sequoia back blockchain startup StarkWare in $30 million round. The Israel-based startup develops technology for blockchain-related privacy and scalability issues. Read more

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