Israeli video editing and technology market continues to boom

  (photo credit: INGIMAGE)
(photo credit: INGIMAGE)

Fresh off the back of the news that infamous Israeli YouTuber Nas Daily had spent big on the development of Israeli video editing service Peech, a sharper focus has been drawn worldwide on the video editing marketplace in Israel and the neighboring Middle East.

Long gone are the days when Israel plays catch up in many global markets and the influence and weight of global personalities such as the aforementioned Nas Daily, is enabling Israel to dine at the top table when it comes to technological innovation.

Video editing has become big business the world over, simply due to the fact that so many businesses and industries have become so heavily reliant on video media as an output.

Whether it be for promotional activities, in house video activities or to keep up with the ever-changing landscape that is social media, video editing software transcends so many spheres and consequently, the market continues to boom.

Relatively simplistic practices such as performing an edit to a MP4 video or more complex offerings such as screen recording and video converting, there is something out there for everyone when it comes to video editing in Israel.

Without too much exaggeration, most video editing services are limitless – making them a must have in the modern age in any sector of business.

From huge breakthroughs in the education and health sector in Israel, to content creation in the burgeoning fields of sport and music in the Middle East, having a reliable, high quality video editing service can enable start-ups and established businesses to see faster and healthier returns.

As with any market that booms though, deciphering which of the trends are temporary and which of the trends are in it for the long haul, is always at the discretion of the consumer and getting on board an innovation early is key for any potential financial rewards.

It is estimated that over 300,000 people in Israel are currently working within the technology sphere, a 250% rise in the last 10 years and with many overseas investors seeing Israel as the place to be, there is no sign of the tech boom slowing in Israel.

Having someone of national and global status such as Nas Daily financially endorse the video technology market is perhaps the ultimate endorsement of the industry worldwide and once major players of his stature get involved, its influence has become ingrained upon society.

Predicting how far the video editing market in Israel can boom naturally draws parallels with a multitude of other tech spheres in both Israel and the Middle East and the successes most other spheres have had, suggest that video editing services in Israel are continuing to boom.

This article was written in cooperation with Evgeny Krinitsyn