10 stories about Snap
אפליקציה סנאפ Snap

Snap sacks dozens of employees in Israel, to close Herzliya R&D center

04.09.22|Meir Orbach
The social media giant’s activity in Israel was built around the acquisitions of AR startup Cimagine and, which was acquired for around $70 million in November 2020
Hexa Founders

Israel’s Hexa partners with Microsoft to leverage Snap’s tech for 3D retail shopping

18.01.22|James Spiro
Hexa has an entire infrastructure that can support data needed to create and distribute 3D models, 360-degree experiences, and AR at scale
ZOOG Yoav Oren Matan Guttman

Israel’s Zoog partners with Snap to expand its AR services

02.01.22|James Spiro
Zoog has developed a children’s videobook creation platform to help bridge generation gaps for families
אנדריאס מונרוי הרננדז

Helping users express themselves is key to technological adoption, says Snap’s principal researcher

12.11.20|Viki Auslander
Dr. Andrés Monroy-Hernández is on a quest to understand self-expression and believes Augmented Reality can help it reach the next level
VOCA דני רוחמן אלן בקר עינב איתמר

Messaging giant Snapchat to acquire Israel’s for $70 million

11.11.20|Meir Orbach
Calcalist has learned that all 35 employees of the American Express Ventures-backed company will be integrated into Snap Inc.
ועידת Mind the tech TLV Jeremi Gorman Chief Business Officer Snap

Privacy Is Essential to Free and True Communication, Says Snap Exec

Jeremi Gorman, Snap’s chief business officer, spoke Monday at Calcalist’s Mind the Tech conference in Tel Aviv.
מייסדי סנאפ סנאפצ'ט משמאל אוון שפיגל ו רוברט (בובי) מרפי

Snap Launches Commercial Activity in Israel

04.01.18|Meir Orbach and Tofi Stoler
Update: The company confirmed it has hired a local commercial activity manager and partnered with a local ad agency
תלמידים ב בית ספר לומדים מבחן בגרות מתמטיקה

CTech’s Daily Israeli Tech News Roundup

Israel to train high schoolers for big data intelligence jobs. Israeli-linked tech deals, IPOs at an all-time high. Lab-grown meat startup raises $3 million
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For Startups, Shorter Names Spell More Money

21.08.17|Amit Karp
Box, Snap, Uber, Lyft, Domo, Houzz and Slack—almost half of all startups that raise money from top venture capital firms have monosyllabic names