Technology that heals

aMoon’s Marius Nacht and Yair Schindel lead the charge to make ‘healthtech’ a booming growth industry.

By SHLOMO MAITAL
September 26, 2018 11:07
Marius Nacht (L) and Yair Schindel (R)

Marius Nacht (L) and Yair Schindel (R). (photo credit: AMOON)

 
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In sweltering summer heat in 1993, three young engineers huddled in a Tel Aviv apartment and wrote a business plan for a start-up they called NSK. The initials stood for their family names: Gil Schwed, Shlomo Kramer and Marius Nacht.

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