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Yaron Galai stepping down as Outbrain CEO after 17 years amid disappointing financial results
"Israel is losing the war on TikTok. Palestinians have been more active for many, many years"
"There are many, many opportunities in the energy sector, and every woman can contribute to it in her own way"
"We have seen a sharper decline in investments in tech in Israel compared to Europe and the US"
Hamilton Lane co-CEO: "Now is the best time to invest in Israel"
Lemonade's stock crashes on 2024 forecast despite topping estimates
Slice raises $7 million Seed round for AI-powered equity compliance platform
U.S. giant Workday acquiring HiredScore for hundreds of millions of dollars
Exodigo adds $105 million in new funding to modernize underground mapping
14 stories about Bnei Brak
Bridging between rabbis and tech corporates
Sari Roth, Kama-Tech VP and Israeli Haredi woman entrepreneur, joined CTech to share how corporate companies are increasingly accommodating of Haredi women
Tech vs. Talmud: A balancing act between two worlds
Ysrael Gurt, Co-Founder and CTO at Reflectiz, discussed some of the tensions between Israel’s high-tech sector and the Haredi community
Menomadin Foundation: Haredi women “are the future of Israel's Startup Nation.”
Dr. Merav Galili, CEO at Menomadin Foundation, spoke to CTech about investing in the Haredi community
How is Google Israel helping diversify Startup Nation?
Einat Nemesh, Director at Google Israel, spoke with CTech about the company’s diversity efforts
“We don't see the typical entrepreneur” in Bnei Brak
Speaking to CTech as part of its Out of the Bubble series, Founding Managing Partner at Glilot Capital Partners Arik Kleinstein outlined how Israel’s ultra-Orthodox community differs from other sectors
“Getting a Haredi employee into a company is not a simple thing”
CTech’s Out of the Bubble series visits Bnei Brak to explore the relationship between Startup Nation and the country’s ultra-Orthodox community
Meet Syn-rg-ai: the crisis management team that saved Israel’s Bnei Brak
At the height of the Corona pandemic in March, the mayor of one of Israel’s most religious cities called in special forces to help with the outbreak. Today, they advise governments around the world
Nasal spray to stop spread of Covid-19? Israeli pharma company puts its product to the test
Israeli biopharmaceutical company in process of working on new mist treatment to combat spread of coronavirus in large populations
Coronavirus Puts Haredi Suburb Bnei Brak on the Brink of Disaster
Israel’s biggest ultra-Orthodox community languishes under lockdown with coronavirus leaving the already poverty stricken residents in dire straits
More Than 1 Million Israelis Are Now Unemployed
The unemployment rate in Israel, surpassed 24%, as the number of confirmed coronavirus cases in the country reached 5,591
Social Trading Company eToro Expands Offices
Etoro enables users to invest in a wide range of financial assets, including cryptocurrencies
Haredi Software Services Startup Ravtech Raises $4 Million
Based in ultra-Orthodox Tel Aviv suburb Bnei Brak, Ravtech employs yeshivah students and allows its employees to combine programming with Torah studies
Professional Mentoring App Developer Emerj Raises $800,000
Based in Haredi Tel Aviv suburb Bnei Brak, Emerj develops a machine learning-based search engine that helps international corporations connect their employees with various mentors that already work for the company
Coworking Space for Orthodox Jews Opens in Israel
Located in Bnei Brak, an ultra-Orthodox suburb of Tel Aviv, Ampersand is set to be “ultra-Orthodox friendly,” while not looking like a yeshiva, founder says
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