20 stories about Analysis
איור יונתן פופר

Israel's wartime tech brilliance and the cost of innovation

13.12.23|Viki Auslender
The mobilization of high-tech to aid in the challenges of war, from locating missing people to treating post-trauma, is also expected to give rise to advanced developments and new startups. But this innovation also reveals the broken parts of our society
איור הייטק אאוטינג ושיימינג ברשת

Doxing: A legitimate tool in the fight against anti-Semitism?

23.11.23|Viki Auslender
Until recently, doxing, a revenge act of shaming and exposure, was seen by most of the public as a negative act. It has now been adopted by pro-Israel and pro-Jewish activists in the fight against anti-Semitism
מפגינים פרו פלסטיניים בברוקלין ניו יורק ב טיקטוק של the messenger

Pick your battles: Despite the dangers, taking out TikTok is not the solution for Israeli diplomacy

06.11.23|Viki Auslender
TikTok is seen by parts of the public as a "danger to national security" that uses bots and covert campaigns to sway young public opinion against Israel. But if we had reliable institutions that don't feed on division and incitement, TikTok wouldn't really be a problem
עובדי גונג GONG

How can high-tech profit from the crisis

12.01.23|Sophie Shulman
“This crisis will improve the efficiency of the companies. You need to have a shake-up once in a while,” says serial entrepreneur Ofer Bengal. Is this crisis a necessary step for Israeli high-tech to reach maturity?
משרדי אינטל

Israel inside: Intel hangs its future on the Israeli branch

10.01.23|Raphael Kahan
Karin Eibschitz-Segal & Daniel Benatar, the replacements of retiring CEO of Intel Israel, Yaniv Garty, are each responsible for strategic areas in global Intel
 חוויית המטאוורס החדשנית של חברת היופי לוריאל

From Metaverse to NFT: The disappointing tech hypes of 2022

27.12.22|Viki Auslender
A sober look at the big technological hopes of 2022, plus a glimpse at the big, promising, successful hypes which will fill our dreams in 2023

Foodtech: the morally nutritious sector

14.11.22|James Spiro
There are many industries that seek to change the world, but foodtech has a direct impact on more than just ourselves

Cutback nation: Who’s afraid of layoffs?

31.05.22|Sophie Shulman
Mass layoffs at American unicorns Lacework and Bolt signals the hysteria that could turn out to be excessive and harmful in the venture capital industry. This panic could also spread to Israel and hurt companies whose situation is not necessarily bad
אינפו איירונסורס מאנדיי ווקמי

Camels vs Unicorns: Investors wary of cash burning companies

03.02.22|Sophie Shulman
Following the sharp fall in the Nasdaq, growth rate is still an important parameter, but it's not everything. Investors are keeping a keen eye on the rate of cash burning to see if companies behave like thrifty camels rather than cash-thirsty unicorns
Rotem Tomer Viola

A deep dive into Israeli tech’s record-breaking year

23.01.22|James Spiro
A new report by Viola reveals that total funding by Israeli tech startups reached $27 billion in 2021, with $8.1 billion being raised in a record-breaking fourth quarter
הנפקת קלטורה

From a unicorn to a penny stock in 180 days

17.01.22|Sophie Shulman
Several of the Israeli companies that hit Wall Street at 10-figure valuations last year have seen their share price plummet to such an extent that they could soon find themselves in the unenviable position of being considered speculative
גילי רענן מייסד קרן ההשקעות להגנת סייבר Cyberstarts

Secondary tech deals are transforming Israel's economy

30.12.21|Meir Orbach
Hundreds of millions of dollars from secondary-share deals went into the pockets of employees, investors, and entrepreneurs in 2021, changing the face of the tech industry as well as the local economy
אליחי וידל עורך Ctech

The year in which the gap between techies and the rest turned into a chasm

29.12.21|Elihay Vidal
“Rather than left-right, Arabs-Jews, yes Bibi-no Bibi, the tech industry has become the new sector which you either hate or belong to,” writes Elihay Vidal
קו רקיע מרכז תל אביב Tel Aviv Business Center

Israeli startup valuations surging at record pace, but early-stage rounds are down

09.11.21|Meir Orbach
Some 93% of Israeli companies that raised money during the first half of 2021 did so at a higher valuation than their previous round, compared to 84% throughout 2020, according to analysis by Israeli law firm Shibolet & Co. in cooperation with Fenwick & West LLP
Cyber Attack

How should the media respond to Iran’s continued cyberattacks?

31.10.21|James Spiro
As Iran-linked groups target Israeli institutions, the media is helping humiliate Israel and strike fear into its citizens
בכירי JFrog חגיגת הנפקה ב בורסה ניו יורק

No longer a damsel in distress: Israeli startups have transformed from sellers to buyers

14.09.21|Sophie Shulman
The total sum in 15 M&A deals involving Israeli companies over the past three months reached almost $5.5 billion, $3 billion of which was spent by local startups making acquisitions