Promising Startups 2022
2022 VC Survey
Full list of Israeli high-tech funding rounds in 2023
Fintech startup CapitalOS raises $9 million Seed round and $30 million in debt
When the CEO is drafted: managing a tech company from the battlefront
Elbit CEO: "We recruited hundreds of employees and brought back retirees due to demand and war"
After raising $600 million, proptech startup Veev is on the verge of closure
Since 7/10 Israel Canada has sold 146 apartments for $129 million
Xiaomi 13T: almost premium in performance, at a more affordable price
Israeli 'kamikaze' drones in high demand amidst Gaza war, as IAI nets $145 million in deals
Musk agrees Starlink Gaza connections to operate only with Israeli approval, says Minister
20 stories about USA
California Jewish man dies after altercation at pro-Palestinian protests
Paul Kessler's death was determined to be a homicide. He died of blunt force head trauma a day after an altercation with pro-Palestinian demonstrators in West Los Angeles
"Israelis still don't understand how significant a place Atlanta plays in the business world"
The state of Georgia - and the American Southeast more generally - shouldn’t be overlooked by those looking to make it in the U.S.
Israelis should look to Virginia to cozy up to U.S lawmakers
The state of Virginia is near the nation’s capital and a unique spot for Israeli companies looking to partner with the U.S. government
BARD awards $9 million to support US-Israel agricultural R&D
The funding will go towards 28 research projects and nine postdoctoral fellowships through the Va'adia-BARD fellowship program.
CTech's Book Review: A sensitive parody about race and identity in the U.S
Zahi Kapeluto, AVP Research Technology Management at AT&T Israel R&D Center, shares insights after reading “The White Boy Shuffle” by Paul Beatty
Israel’s BIRD Foundation selects two US-Israel partnerships for $1.5 million grants
This is the sixth consecutive year that the organization has invested in U.S-Israel technology projects
The Dos and Don'ts before moving your company overseas
CTech spoke with four industry experts who have personally experienced and witnessed the actions that companies take when they cross the pond
Should Israeli companies move overseas?
More companies are moving to Europe and the U.S to conquer larger markets - CTech searched for some of the best ways to do it
TailorMed’s uphill challenge to reform American healthcare
It may be the land of the free, but Americans’ dizzying healthcare costs are preventing adequate treatment
Israeli cyber companies are eyeing the U.S government
Private cybersecurity companies that want to expand their market to the public sector can turn to Merlin Ventures for help
Lendai lends a hand to foreign investors looking at American real estate
The company uses three different algorithms to pair foreign investors and local properties
American Israeli experts share insights on US Independence Day
As Americans celebrate their independence, CTech spoke with three Israelis who live their lives in both nations
Technology can cure the American healthcare system
"The American healthcare market is facing an inevitable revolution that will be based on innovative and secure technology and on changes in corporate culture due to Covid-19," writes Oron Afek, co-founder and CEO of Vim
Why China has become too big and distinct to ignore
Michael Bolliger and Arwed Christensen
The rising tensions between the U.S and China have created new risks, but it’s also possible that the two countries pursue distinct economic and technological models that prosper in parallel
Individualism vs. Collectivism: How a country’s culture determined the severity of Covid-19
Research from IDC Herzliya and Yale University has shined a light on how citizens view their role in society - and it shows some worrying trends about how countries deal with a global pandemic
BIRD Foundation approves $7.45 million funding for eight new projects
The new additions bring the total number of approved projects to more than 1,020 over 43 years
“A coalition of hate”: The online extremists that are testing Big Tech
Hate speech has been bubbling on social media and the internet for decades - but it all came to a climax this month at the heart of America’s democracy
“Election hacking” is just a buzzword, says incoming Guardicore VP of Security Research for North America
With elections in the U.S. and Israel dominating headlines, Amit Serper puts concerned minds to rest - while warning us of the actual threats to look for.
A "new" tech revolution is coming and the winds of change will hit the U.S. first
How this transition phase will impact the various sectors in the US and will these new technological trends outlast the pandemic?
Post-U.S. elections – what can high-tech companies expect?
Adv. Joeri Kreisberg and Daniel Ritter
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