7 stories about Avo
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After the hangover of 2022, the real pain for high-tech will come in 2023

26.12.22|Sophie Shulman
The big test of the upcoming year, which will decide which companies survive the crisis and perhaps get stronger and which will be closed or sold, will not be in capital raising but in business
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Avo closing business operations in Israel, cutting back on U.S. activity

17.05.22|Meir Orbach
After announcing earlier this month the firing of 500 of its 750 employees, the Israeli delivery platform is completely halting local business operations to focus on the U.S. market
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Delivery startup Avo firing 500 employees as part of company restructure

01.05.22|Meir Orbach
Avo, which has raised $80 million to date, will sack around two thirds of its staff after deciding to close a significant part of its residential activity and focus on deliveries to offices and companies
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Avo: “We will be in every major state in the U.S”

23.11.21|James Spiro
Avo, an online convenience store for employees, promised big things for their future at Calcalist’s Mind The Tech conference
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Avo CEO: “The current e-commerce model does not work”

Dekel Valtzer believes his company’s approach benefits both consumers and e-commerce providers alike
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Delivery platform Avo raises $45 million Series B to build on 1000% growth

The Israeli startup provides a technological platform for a consumer network made of apartment buildings and big companies, allowing any employee or tenant to order any product they need without shipping fees
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“We will either crash or become Amazon”

06.06.21|Meir Orbach
Avo CEO Dekel Valtzer is a former Israeli tennis champion who went from hitting serves to shipping services. How did the startup he co-founded transform neighbors in New York skyscrapers and tech giants’ employees into a consolidated purchasing power?