Promising Startups 2022
Unicorn employees paying the price for exaggerated expansion
Pagaya goes from highest-valued Israeli company to danger of delisting
Poalim Hi-Tech CEO: "We are entering a much more challenging period in high-tech"
"Last year the industry had a big party - now there is a hangover and bills need to be paid"
Techstars CEO: "2023 will be a graveyard for startups"
Raaz Herzberg appointed VP of Product Strategy at Wiz
Fintech unicorn Rapyd set to lay off dozens of employees
Salesforce Ventures: "Firing people is very emotionally difficult, but a good CEO needs to do what's right for the next 10 years"
Palo Alto Networks acquiring Cider Security for $300 million
20 stories about Covid-19
Will insurance digitalization introduce a new social platform?
Ilan Buganim, chief technology and information officer at Sapiens, explains how social media accelerates insurance digitalization
AID Genomics closing Israeli R&D center, firing 400 employees
The global company rose to prominence in Israel over recent years following its activity in the Covid-19 testing market, but has decided to cut back its local workforce due to differences with the Ministry of Health
“Covid-19 was a huge impetus for health IT” in the UK during the pandemic
Dr. Anna Bayes, UK Medical Director at Allscripts, discusses the impact that the pandemic had on the urgency to adopt new technologies
"We aren't the most prestigious or rich airline, but we have integrated over 20 local innovative technologies"
Despite experiencing trials and tribulations during the Covid-19 pandemic, El Al CIO and CDO Ido Biger believes the airline can draw many benefits from the crisis
Israel’s Ministry of Health takes its Covid-19 wastewater project nationwide
Kando has been conducting research in the country’s sewer systems since 2020
Despite Omicron, shoppers are rushing back to physical stores
Speaking at the Poalim Hi-Tech and Calcalist Roadshow, Pairzon Founder and CEO Galit Arizon dispels rumors of an empty high street
Covid-19 “shrunk the distance between Israel and the rest of the world”
Armis Security spoke with CTech at Tech TLV to discuss how the pandemic shifted Israel’s place on the global landscape
NanoScent develops device to detect Covid-19
The Israeli medical device startup’s sensor is capable of detecting a variety of diseases through scent, including coronavirus
Microsoft Exec: Covid-19 caused a "domino effect on the global economy"
Speaking to James Spiro ahead of Tech TLV, Microsoft’s James Phillips discusses some of the ways that the tech giant responded to the pandemic
Aura air filtration system neutralizes Covid-19, confirms Ministry of Health
The ministry’s regulatory medical device approval was based on testing data provided by Aura, showing a nearly-100% neutralization of Covid-19 viruses in an enclosed space
Circles appoints Guy Winch as Chief Strategic Officer, Relationships
Winch will address the global spikes in divorce and breakups due to the pandemic
Bookaway CEO: We have the potential to grow into a $10 billion company
Noam Toister tells CTech how his honeymoon inspired the founding of his company, and how you bounce back from downsizing 40% of the staff
Unicorn-nation: how Israel became a production line for companies valued at over $1 billion
Israel has become a unicorn hub, with some local companies nearing $10 billion valuations
Amphy’s live online classes will stop you closing the laptop
When there’s a teacher on the other side, you’ll feel guilty about quitting your yoga session
Musings on the gig economy Post-Covid: The genie is out of the bottle and doesn’t want to go back
Organizations that do not seize the opportunity and harness freelance talents as assets will miss out on a slice of the expert manpower pizza pie, writes Ariel Halevi
The “Great Resignation” is rocking Israel’s jobs market
For many of the local workforce, the global pandemic served as a chance to reevaluate their lives and careers, so who are the Israelis who chose to quit their jobs in a time of crisis?
Report: High-tech openings rise by 300% as hybrid-working models cemented
OurCrowd High-Tech Jobs Index shows growing demand for tech employees, with software engineers and business development professionals being most desirable
How to make education relevant again? Six areas that need to be revolutionized
In order "to find real solutions that will truly make an impact, it is important to look inward at the psychology of this generation, to not shy away from an educational revolution" writes Yael Shafrir
To spur innovation, tech ecosystems can’t afford to overlook academia
Curiosity Driven Research born from academia is vital in order to keep the best minds tackling the biggest questions in science.
The new tech nomads who left Israel but kept their jobs
An adventure, cost of living, and even the pandemic gave the needed motivation to these Israelis to relocate around the world while keeping their local positions
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