Zum Thema: Start-up

Moovit Drives Public Transit Forward in 100 Countries

The popular Israeli transit app, Moovit, is expanding globally, and will now serve over 720 million users in over 100 countries in 6 continents. The app, which launched in 2011, allows for individuals to see real time public transport updates, and navigate their way around cities based on the various public transport choices. While the… […]

Interning with Hi Tech Israeli Mentality

Coming from a culturally structured Switzerland, Benjamin Merzbacher was surprised once he landed an internship in Israel’s hi-tech, and highly adaptable, startup scene. Merzbacher had visited Israel with his family many times, yet was pulled to explore what life in Israel is actually like. More importantly, he wanted the inside scoop on how Israel was… […]

Chickpea Milk Enters Plant-Based Market

The newest superfood is rising to stardom, and the next generation of vegan protein is here. With no surprise from the Israeli startup world, it is inspired by none other than hummus. InnovoPro is the Israeli company which extracted 70% protein from the chickpea, labeled CP-Pro70. The protein is nutritional, has no aftertaste, and can… […]

Mindful Food Apps Hope to Change Consumption Mindset

About 2.5 million tons of food is wasted in Israel annually. While only half is considered rescuable, its value sits at about $2 billion dollars. With a clear gap in the market and a socio-economic need for change, a pair of cousins Elie Fischer and Laetitia Jessner were inspired to launch SpareEat. The Israeli developed… […]

Japanese Israeli Startup Scene

The Japanese Israeli relationship is kicking into new gear, as the Japanese External Trade Organization, or JETRO, is dedicating one of its dozen international startup hubs to support Israeli entrepreneurs aiming to grow within the Japanese ecosystem. The Global Acceleration Hub, centered in Tel Aviv, will be a business center of sorts, providing free temporary… […]

Teenage Girls Advance in Tech Industry

The next generation of entrepreneurial women is in rapid development thanks to female entrepreneurs creating opportunities which didn’t exist when they were young girls. For the many women working and leading their own way in technology, a number of projects have risen to support the intellectual and emotional development lacking in most standard female education… […]

Israeli Tech Plays the Field at World Cup

While Israel hasn’t taken the World Cup field as a team since 1970, over 100 Israeli technologies are in play in the sports tech world, from real time analysis to hydration management to digital signage. The number of Israeli startups in the sport tech arena has more than doubled throughout the year. Over 60% are… […]

Israel Funds High Tech Park for Palestinians

An injection of inspiration is being cast straight into Palestinian society. As part of Plan 922, a 2015 governmental proposal to distribute NIS 15 billion to the Palestinian technological sector, a new piece is being unraveled. The plan is aimed to create more jobs, bridge the income gap, and offer beneficial opportunities for the future.… […]

Tel Aviv Fashion Innovations

Israeli innovation isn’t just about the technology scene. The creative Israeli mentality was celebrated on the runway during last week’s Tel Aviv Fashion Week. In its sixth year, Tel Aviv Fashion Week is four days of about 40 designers who welcome the opportunity to spotlight their work in hopes of reaching the global fashion scene.… […]

Diamonds are Going Digital

A new digital currency is hitting the market, and its being backed by the Israel Diamond Exchange, or IDE, located in Ramat Gan, Israel. The Diamond Exchange is collaborating with a new digital currency startup, Carats.IO, which has created an updated framework for trading digital coins, backed by diamonds and based on Diamond Exchange data.… […]

Can Your Smartphone Prevent Skin Cancer?

The future has arrived, and it comes in the form of an app called DermaCompare. Skin cancer commonly starts from suspicious or changing moles on your body. The best case skin cancer scenario is finding the problem areas in their early stages. Now, DermaCompare is empowering people to take their health into their own hands,… […]

Start-up Success Stories

The Israeli start-up company NiniSpeech won this year’s Global Innovation Awards 2016 in Beijing. The Haifa-based company with their stutter solution competed against 21 other start-ups from all over the world. Another Israeli company made the second place: AerialGuard also received US $ 200,000 for their autonomous navigation system for unmanned aircrafts. It’s not the… […]

Tradition meets 2.0

World-famous Oxford University Press recently teamed up with three Israeli start-up companies to develop educational online products. TinyTap will use Oxford’s content on its social platform, Total boox enables readers to buy Oxford’s ebooks on a pay-as-you-read store and Kidoz is a content discovery platform for children. Oxford University Press (OUP) is the world’s largest university… […]

Game on: New Technological Realities

Israel is small, the market is even smaller, prices are high and wages low. In other words – best soil for that kind of innovative thinking that led to the wide field of IT that has been dominating the Israeli economy for years now. The big question seemed – is the start-up scene solid enough… […]

eBay buys Israel’s SalesPredict

Internet giant ebay announced their latest purchase: SalesPredict, an Israeli data analysis company that predicts customer buying behaviour and sales conversion. Financial details of the deal were not disclosed however, a number of SalesPredict employees are going to join ebay in Netanya. SalesPredict Co-Founder and CEO Yaron Zakai-Or will serve as Director of Product Management,… […]