Promising Startups 2022
2022 VC Survey
Steven Spielberg’s Shoah Foundation collects survivor testimony from October 7
Israeli high-tech faces existential questions post-war
Blood, ashes, and heroes: Inside the gut-wrenching reality of Israel's darkest day
Razor Labs appoints Meital Cohen to Chief Financial Officer
Tuition of terror: Qatari money flowed into U.S. universities - and now it's fueling violence
The Israeli startup selling drone cameras to armies across the world
Tech titans line up: The leading companies ready for blockbuster IPOs in 2024
Israel’s Tictuk acquired by Yum! Brands, owner of KFC, Pizza Hut, and Taco Bell
The 50 most promising Israeli startups - 2023
20 stories about Innovation
CTech’s Book Review: A closer look at disruptive innovation
Ronen Menipaz, Founder at M51 Entrepreneur Labs, Tech Investor, and Entrepreneur shares insights after reading “The Innovator's Dilemma” by Clayton Christensen
How to implement innovation in large-scale corporations? Meet the Azrieli Innovation Sprint, a unique format by Azrieli Group, which enables start-ups and technology companies to implement products through an accelerated and efficient process.
Corporate innovation is a common term in today’s business world, but creating a culture of innovation within an organization requires a clear goal and method. Azrieli Group, with operations in numerous fields, is inviting Israeli start-ups to a Sprint that guarantees rapid and efficient advancement of a POC and potential scale in the group's business. How do you register for Sprint, the program that connects you to one of Israel's largest business groups?
“The prophecies on the downfall of the high-tech industry are out of control,” says Innovation Authority CEO
“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
The 50 most promising Israeli startups - 2022
Meir Orbach and Sophie Shulman
The high-tech market has cooled off, so in this year’s list of the 50 most promising Israeli startups we placed a special focus not only on growth and innovative ideas, but also on business models, actual revenue and the ability to realize potential
Salesforce exec sheds light on ‘Change Management’ theory
Itai Margalit joined CTech to discuss digital transformation and how companies can prepare for the future.
When high-tech meets low-tech
Technology should be everywhere, yet some industries are lagging behind when it comes to adopting innovation
What’s between a vaccine, the most common smartphone processor, and autonomous vehicles
“When you pitch your idea, every investor you meet will either ask you or themselves “Why now?” and the answer will typically not be because this is the first time in history someone came up with this phenomenal idea. It will be because social, technological, and regulatory circumstances have only now materialized to enable it,” writes Renana Ashkenazi of Grove Ventures
Food giant Strauss Group, Aviv Labs launch hummus-filled capsule to space
The Israeli corporation, which has supported numerous foodtech accelerators and startups, dished out a significant sum to send its chickpea plant experiment to space and encourage sustainable farming methods ahead of the next-Israeli astronaut’s March mission
The Kinneret Innovation Center is ready to welcome city lovers through its doors
For CTech’s Out of the Bubble series, we become familiar with the Kinneret Innovation Center
Audacity and Innovation: This is How Intel Israel Development Center (IDC) became a Global Chip Development Center
Despite the global chip shortage crisis, Intel is not moderating it’s ambitions and plans to introduce 60 new processors from the recent Alder Lake series by the end of the first quarter of 2022. The challenging task is again at the responsibility of Intel engineers in IDC, Intel Israel Development Center. How do they do it, and why them?
“Out of the Bubble” - CTech is coming to hi-tech centers around Israel
In a new series of events, CTech journalists will travel to tech centers throughout Israel to meet the entrepreneurs and the companies that are flourishing outside the country's center
5 reasons why Israeli Fintech startups should capture the UK opportunity
"The UK is home to some amazing opportunities for Fintech companies and one of the world’s leaders in evolving the Fintech global ecosystem having the frameworks and talent to run them," writes Avital Levitzky of the UK-Israel Tech Hub
"In five years we'll look at Zoom and say it looks like the Stone Age"
"Most of the meaningful future experiences will be in the Metaverse and not through small screens. The Internet has changed forever," Gil Rosen told a panel at Calcalist's Innovation Conference. Dr. Tomer Simon added that "a combination of the Metaverse and artificial intelligence can help people with disabilities overcome any barriers."
“Israeli Innovation has the power to fight both climate change and the global water crisis"
Eran Pollak, co-founder and CEO of N-Drip, noted that "N-Drip's is introducing the revolution of precise irrigation based on Gravity alone the solution also includes an agricultural information and management system that uses precise sensors, an artificial intelligence system and a mathematical model"
“Creating ecosystems in the periphery is part of my passion.”
With 20 years in business development for startups, Karina Rubinstein has a lot of experience in many verticals that she brings to her role as director of business development in the Israel Innovation Authority.
National Center for Innovation and Blue Economy to be established in Haifa
The City of Haifa, through hiCenter, has approved a NIS 10 million investment for the establishment of the new center
9 trends we’ll see happen next year in Israel and across the globe
"Israel is always top of mind when I do my annual predictions," writes Jason Williamson, VP at Oracle for Startups and Oracle for Research
How to transform the Negev into an innovation and high-tech center
For significant change to occur, we need to think big and use resources that have not been used in recent decades, writes InNegev CEO Arnon Columbus
“With the Super Evolution, companies are moving at a pace that we've never seen before.”
Optimism is an essential trait for Dror Berman, co-founder and managing partner of Innovation Endeavors
The innovation competition that could change the Middle East
The Aviram Family Foundation and Forbes have launched a first of its kind competition named the “Aviram Awards — Tech for Humanity” which is offering a first prize of $500,000. Registration closes next week
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