Crisis

13 stories about Crisis
הייטק פיטורים משרד ריק שבוע עבודה מקוצר

Full list of Israeli high-tech layoffs in 2022-23

25.01.23|CTech
The financial crisis is taking its toll on Israeli high-tech, with numerous companies parting ways with significant portions of their workforce
ממייסדי אורקם והמנכ"ל לשעבר אמנון שעשוע

Layoffs in Israeli high-tech intensify as Jewish holiday season comes to an end

24.10.22|Meir Orbach
High-tech companies in Israel hoped the financial situation might improve by the end of the Jewish holiday period, but their wishes did not come true, leaving them to make cuts in order to make it to 2023
Izhar Shay Ctech Unicorn Forum

“We are in a crisis - we should get used to saying the word”

30.06.22|James Spiro
Izhar Shay, Former Minister of Science and Technology of Israel and Chairman of the Board at Peak Ventures, talks about Israel’s future in uncertain times
Yuliya Trakhtenberg

Why you should never waste a good crisis

12.06.22|Yulia Trakhtenberg
“Crises are inevitable, which is why it’s important to approach challenges with an open mind, focusing on the value and opportunity they bring,” writes Yulia Trakhtenberg, VP R&D at Gloat
מייסדי סייבריזן Cybereason מימין יוסי נער ליאור דיב ו יונתן שטרים עמית

Cybereason laying off 100 employees in Israel, U.S. and Europe

01.06.22|Meir Orbach
Earlier this year, Cybereason, which is backed by SoftBank's Vision Fund 2 and former U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin's investment firm, confidentially filed for a U.S. initial public offering that could value it at more than $5 billion
LACEWORK _alt BOLT

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
דרור בין מנכל רשות החדשנות

“The prophecies on the downfall of the high-tech industry are out of control,” says Innovation Authority CEO

30.05.22|Meir Orbach
“The industry doesn’t need saving,” says Dror Bin, the CEO of the Israel Innovation Authority who believes that local high-tech is strong enough to survive the oncoming crisis
צוות AVO

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
צוות AVO

The global domino effect is shaking up high-tech complacency and is rapidly approaching Israel

12.05.22|Sophie Shulman
The sharp declines in capital markets over the past month are changing the playing conditions for high-tech companies. After years of enjoying almost unlimited money, companies are preparing for selective investments and a freeze on new hires
פוטו מקומות ריקים בעולם קורונה שדה תעופה בן גוריון

Israeli Tourism Is in Free Dive

11.03.20|Navit Zomer, Meir Orbach, Tomer Hadar, and Udi Etsion
With 1,368 employees laid off, 10,000 possible terminations, and 14,000 employees on enforced vacation, the Israeli tourism industry is looking at losses of NIS 12 billion by the end of the year
מוסף שבועי 21.6.18 מחירוס למשתכנוס אלמוג אבגי  רון אוחיון

Small-Time Israeli Real Estate Investors See Golden Opportunity in Greek Market

10.07.18|Roni Dori
Real estate prices in Greece dropped by as much as 40% in the last decade due to a prolonged economic crisis in the country
הצהרת בנימין נתניהו על הגרעין האיראני 2

As Israel Faces Drought, Netanyahu Offers Iran Help in Tackling Water Crisis

11.06.18|Tofi Stoler
The Israeli prime minister is currently running an active diplomatic campaign against Iran’s leadership, most specifically against the nuclear program deal, from which the U.S. announced it is withdrawing in May