Business And Innovation

Business technology news and views. A look at Israel's hottest new technology trends, startup innovation and entrepreneurship.


SerVision launches revolutionary blind spot technology.

SerVision from the ADI Systems Group has launched a new system to identify blind spots for drivers that they say is one of the most advanced in the world.

UAE establishes $10 billion Israel investment fund

The initiative of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to invest in Israel is the latest initiative resulting from the normalization of ties established by the Abraham Accords.

Eitan Tsarfati CEO and Co founder of Swapp

Israeli AI company Swapp raises $7 million dollars in seed money

Swapp is a company that uses a single AI platform that it developed in order to help construction companies and real estate developers to easily develop their construction plans and their budget.

Israeli firms are to compete in New York's new clean energy competition

"NYPA's collaboration with Israeli technology companies will yield mutual benefit by introducing new solutions for commercial usage in large scale electric utilities."

A bathroom of one’s own


Three Israeli start-ups appear in Forbes 2021 list

Known as the Start-up Nation, Israel has proven to be one of the most advanced countries in the field of machine-learning.


Home furnishing with flair

The best way to see the effect of a certain piece of furniture in one’s home environment is to experience its physical presence.


Predictive Hebrew learning created by immigrants wins Jerusalem Hackathon

The hackathon was held online due to COVID-19 restrictions.


Hi-Tech: Advanced solutions for current problems

As we enter the third decade of the 21st century, humanity is facing two major challenges: the COVID-19 pandemic and the ravages caused by global warming.

Real estate market

Converting offices to residential can help solve real estate crisis

Ramat Gan is the first municipality to allow for the integration of residential apartments in office complexes


Global Legal Insights: What’s your company’s five-year plan?

A long-term vision allows us to aim high, get inspired and dream big. When considering a long-term strategy, a look at China can provide an interesting prospective of a long-term vision.

From refugee camps to cybertech

Meet the students who received an opportunity to change their narrative, and took the leap

A man enters the main branch of Bank Hapoalim, Israel's biggest bank, in Tel Aviv

140% rise in bad checks in wake of COVID-19, BoI data reveals

Many business owners and professionals are now reluctant to accept checks

THE CORONAVIRUS CRISIS may further exacerbate social disparity, as the hi-tech sector seems to be le

Israel’s tale of two economies

The pandemic has highlighted economic, as well as demographic, differences in Israel


Chevron completes Noble Energy acquisition, wishes Israelis Shana Tova

Chevron Chairman and CEO Michael Wirth welcomed the deal, saying he expected "strong financial benefits" for both parties.

The wonderful world of wood

Wood is a very versatile material. It is used to produce beautiful furniture and works of art. Mahogany furniture fetches premium prices, and many works of art are made of wood.


InprisWay ensures drivers watch the road, drive safely

Users can answer calls and text messages, find the best route, and change music choices all with the flick of a thumb while keeping their eyes on the road.

Israel’s innovative response to COVID-19

In the COVID-19 innovation report, Israel ranked as the second-most innovative country in the world, after the US.


Israeli high-tech companies work to develop solutions against coronavirus

Israeli startups are facing many challenges due to the coronavirus pandemic, but they are also trying to create new opportunities.

Israeli shekels

Your Investments: The government isn’t your financial savior

The most terrifying words in the English language are: I’m from the government and I’m here to help. – Ronald Reagan

JASON COHEN in his home peanut butter factory in Modi’in

Paging Dr. Peanut Butter

His transatlantic practice sidelined by the pandemic, a MD from Modi’in reinvents himself by spreading Holy Butter.

A Google search page is seen through a magnifying glass in this photo illustration taken in Berlin,

Meet the search platform prioritizing action over traffic

One Israeli company has recognized such a need by creating the world’s first request-based service engine.

Rubinstein to build  two towers in TA’s Yitzhak Sadeh complex

Rubinstein to build two towers in TA’s Yitzhak Sadeh complex

The Avraham Rubinstein building firm is expanding its office tower activity and establishing the Tou-Towers project, two office towers at the Yitzhak Sadeh complex.

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