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What are the best tech companies to work for in Israel and who raised $30 million?

CTech Daily Roundup: Israeli-made Covid-19 vaccine to be ready next summer

CTech 22:1826.10.20

2020 ranking: These are the best tech companies to work for in Israel. With this year bringing unprecedented challenges for the workforce, data firm Dun & Bradstreet shows which companies are still attractive - and which ones failed to maintain their mojo. Read more

 

Interview | Israeli-made Covid-19 vaccine to be ready next summer. Head of Israel Institute of Biological Research says he is excited for what the future holds, adding “if there were five vaccines on the table, I’d choose the Israeli version.” Read more 

The Israeli Covid-19 vaccine. Photo: Ministry of Defense The Israeli Covid-19 vaccine. Photo: Ministry of Defense

 

Pandemic sends Israelis flocking to Microsoft’s skills training programs. Software development, client management, and data analysis are most popular subjects as 36,000 Israelis complete online courses within three months. Read more

 

“I hope to soon visit Tel Aviv,” says CEO of Abu Dhabi Capital Group. “We aren’t interested in small companies. We want to do grand things with you,” said JVP’s Erel Margalit. Read more

 

Elbit Systems records $60 million in write-offs due to Covid-19. The company had a tough quarter due to the reduced demand for aviation products, but still saw profits jump. Read more

 

Israeli startup TechSee raises $30 million for intelligent visual customer assistance solution. The Tel Aviv-based company has grown rapidly during Covid-19 pandemic by reducing customer friction points for enterprises. Read more

 

GoHeja and OpenValley host ‘Virtual Sports’ meeting for sports-lovers during Covid-19. The startup offers an app to help athletes maintain their routines and reach their fitness goals during lockdowns. Read more

 

Researchers at Ben-Gurion University create machine learning platform to improve clinical trials. Prof. Boaz Lerner and his team have developed a new way to test clinical trials at a lower cost, while improving their success rate and efficiency. Read more