9 stories about SNPI
חברת נובה עובדים ב הייטק משרדי חברת נובה

Only 12% of entrepreneurs who secured initial funding in Israeli tech in 2023 were female

A mere 17% of the startups that raised their first funding last year had at least one female founder, notably lower than the figure in the U.S. and Europe (26.2% and 25.5% respectively), according to a new report by RISE Israel
מגזין נדלן מרץ 2023 מגדל עזריאלי שרונה תל אביב

Dramatic drop in Seed funding doesn't bode well for future of Israeli tech

03.01.24|Meir Orbach
According to data from Start-Up Nation Policy Institute (SNPI), Israeli startups raised $7.3 billion in 2023, the lowest since 2018 and a 60% decrease from 2022. There was also a 50% decrease in the number of companies who raised a Seed round compared to 2022
משרדים 2 חברות הייטק קייב

Funding troubles plaguing both veteran and young Israeli startups

20.12.23|Meir Orbach
According to the Start-Up Nation Policy Institute, older startups (established before 2017) and those that raised significant amounts before the war are also having problems raising capital
מלחמת עזה חיילים בסדיר  קבע ו מילואים שגויסו ללחימה יוכלו לדחות תשלומים

Survey: Over 70% of Israeli high-tech companies report difficulties due to IDF reserve call-up

23.10.23|Sophie Shulman
A survey conducted by the Israel Innovation Authority and SNPI among 500 high-tech companies shows that 40% of them reported the cancellation or delay of investment agreements; Only 16% said they have not been harmed as a result of the war
מתחם BE ALL חלל עבודה הייטק

Startup Nation struggles: Israeli high-tech sees significant funding drop in H1 2023

02.07.23|Meir Orbach
Israeli startups raised $3.7 billion in the first half of the year, the lowest level since 2018
מתחם BE ALL חלל עבודה הייטק

For the first time since 2008 the number of high-tech employees in Israel has shrunk

16.05.23|Meir Orbach
"Since the fourth quarter of 2022, we have seen a sharp decline in Israeli high-tech. We will see a continuation of the downward trend in the coming quarters as well,” said Dror Bin, CEO of the Israel Innovation Authority
מימין שותפה בקרן Ibex ניקול פריאל מנכ"לית לאומיטק תימור ארבל סדרס

2023 started badly for Israeli high-tech and it may get worse

03.04.23|Meir Orbach
Despite the desire of industry executives to see light at the end of the tunnel, the next two quarters at least are expected to continue the downward trend
Uri Gabai Assaf Patir Start-Up Nation Central

What threatens Israeli high-tech in 2023?

12.01.23|Uri Gabai, Assaf Patir
Start-Up Nation Policy Institute (SNPI) CEO - Uri Gabai, and SNPI Chief Economist - Dr. Assaf Patir, present the risks and challenges of the tech industry for 2023
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Laid-off employees will bounce back due to “the demand for innovation”

13.07.22|James Spiro
Uri Gabai, CEO at Start-Up Nation Policy Institute (SNPI), spoke to CTech about the short-term and long-term repercussions of global crises