Which Israeli company was bought by Cisco and who is hoping to become the 'GitHub for designers'?

CTech Daily Roundup: Israeli tech workers are in for a billion shekel payday

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Israeli tech workers are in for a billion shekel payday. Despite pandemic woes, several thousand veteran tech professionals are seeing nice earnings from secondary stock sales. Read more


Cisco is acquiring Israeli startup Portshift. The acquisition is the second for a Team8 portfolio company following the sale of Sygnia to Temasek in 2018. Read more


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Five startups chosen for IAI’s Innovation Center accelerated track. Participation enables selected companies to work with technology leaders and gain access to their customers. Read more


Jerusalem-based Enlivex reports promising results in treating small number of Covid-19 patients. Five patients in severe or critical condition make full recoveries in under 10 days after receiving drug as part of clinical trial. Read more


Relate hopes to become the ‘GitHub for designers’. Its new tool provides a low-code solution helping designers and developers work side by side on projects. Read more


Employer Branding | Natural Intelligence: Remaining under the radar was all part of a ‘master plan’. Continuing our Employer Branding series, Natural Intelligence’s Yoav Tzuker speaks with CTech about how the company remained under the radar for the first eight years of its history - only then to attract top talent. Read more


Appointments | Ophir Zilbiger appointed leader of BDO’s global cyber activities. The appointment will not impact his current role as Director of the Cyber Protection Center at BDO Israel. Read more